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The Bachelor: Will Sean Use the Fantasy Suite Tonight?

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By Emma Koonse, Christian Post Reporter
February 25, 2013|5:03 pm

Sean Lowe has a tough choice to make on Monday night's "The Bachelor" as he struggles to find true love amongst three remaining women.

A former fitness model, Lowe will get closer than ever to choosing his future bride during the special "overnight dates" episode tonight as he travels to Thailand.

The night will include the Fantasy Suite, a room available to Sean and whomever he decides to spend the entire night with during the episode.

Furthermore, Lowe must choose between the three remaining ladies that are vying for his heart. The final contestants are Catherine, 26, Ashlee, 32, and Lindsay, 24.

Self-proclaimed a "born-again virgin," Lowe has taken a vocal oath to remain celibate while on the television series, making Monday's episode even more interesting.

"Sean doesn't want to have sex until he's married," a source close to the Dallas native told Us Weekly. "It's very important to him."

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In a sneak peak of season 17's upcoming episode, Catherine declines Sean's invite to the Fantasy Suite.

"I care a lot about Sean, but I am more traditional when it comes to relationships," Catherine declared in the clip.

Meanwhile, Lowe expressed his eagerness to spend time alone with Catherine.

"I'm so excited to give the fantasy card to Catherine, I can't wait to hear her response. I'm ready to spend time alone with [Catherine] and enjoy the rest of the evening together," Lowe explained of the Fantasy Suite.

Regardless of whom he chooses, Lowe has stated that he only wants to find true love.

"I want to find my wife here more than anything, but I don't know if I have the words, I don't know if I have the courage," Lowe told E! News. "I mean it kills me inside."

Stay up to date with "The Bachelor" with The Christian Post which will post the results of tonight's episode after it airs. In the meantime, "Bachelor" fans can follow Lowe on Twitter.

"God's love is the only constant in a world full of variables," the outspoken Christian posted to Twitter recently.

"The Bachelor" airs on ABC at 8 p.m. EST.

 

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