Sean Lowe reunited with the women whom he had dumped on "The Bachelor" in the "Women Tell All" which aired Monday, March 4. Tierra LiCausi, the so-called villain of season 17, returned and continued playing victim.
Tierra kept accusing AshLee Frazier of lying about what AshLee told to Sean about her. When AshLee insisted she told the truth, Tierra claimed AshLee ganged up on her. "I felt ganged up on," she claimed. "There's nothing [hurtful] I feel I did to these girls intentionally."
Robyn Howard called Tierra "delusional," and the newly-engaged leasing consultant later apologized, "All I can say is I apologize to all of you guys for you guys thinking that I didn't want to talk to you or I wasn't being friendly or I wasn't trying to be friends with you."
She continued, "Can I better myself? Absolutely. I think everybody can better themselves in life. Can I work on my flaws? Yes. But once again, I think I came into this really scared and I didn't really know how to handle it, and I guess I handled it in a bad way, and I apologize."
Desiree Hartsock, meanwhile talked about her elimination after the hometown date. "It was like the worst hometown in Bachelor history," she described it. Of her brother who called Sean a playboy, she commented, "Although I do value his opinion, that would never steer me in one way or the other."
When Sean finally came out, AshLee confronted him about his feelings for Lindsay Yenter or Catherine Giudici, the final two ladies on the show. She claimed Sean told her during a fantasy suite date that he had "absolutely no feelings" for the two girls and said that he acted like "a frat boy" in front of Lindsay and Catherine. When Sean denied her accusations, AshLee begged him to admit it, "C'mon, Sean. Sean, c'mon."
Met backstage after the taping, AshLee said, "I definitely had more to say, but I thought I'd better put this to bed. It was good. I needed to ask him those questions." She added, "At the end of the day, he made the best decision for him - he's the bachelor. And I have no regrets."
Meanwhile, Sean vehemently denied AshLee's allegations and claimed he felt "blindsided" by what she said. He told The Hollywood Reporter, "I'm certainly not calling her a liar, I just think I probably said something that she took the wrong way."
Of their heated reunion, he said, "We left on not-so-good terms. She left very angry and I was really looking forward to the opportunity to provide her with closure." He added, "I'm sorry that that happened because I don't want her to have those feeling and feel like she was deceived."
Sean will make his final choice in the season finale of "The Bachelor" which will air Monday, March 11 at 8 P.M. on ABC. The insurance agent once hinted he might propose to either Lindsay or Catherine.