It will be the first ever 'Bachelor' wedding to be televised live and it's all happening on January 26, 2014 with Chris Harrison set to be the host.
"The Bachelor" couple Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici are getting married and they're inviting everyone. Although not quite for the actual wedding that will take place next year on January 26, at least fans who have seen their love story unfold on ABC's "The Bachelor" will be able to see the ceremony as it is broadcast live.
"Hopefully everything goes smoothly," said Lowe about the televised wedding during a guest appearance on "Good Morning America" on Monday, October 14 with his fiancee. The telecast is dubbed "The Bachelor: Sean and Catherine's Wedding" and will be hosted by Chris Harrison, who hosts both "The Bachelor" and its spin-off "The Bachelorette".
Although many other Bachelor/Bachelorette couples have gone before them in terms of ending up on the altar, like Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter ("The Bachelorette", season 1), Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum ("The Bachelorette", season 7) and Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney ("The Bachelor", season 13), Lowe and Giudici's ceremony will be the first ever "The Bachelor" wedding to be televised live.
"I think it's only natural to have it on TV seeing as how our relationship started. This will be a cool opportunity to share the most special day of our lives with all the people who have been invested in us along the way," said 29-year-old entrepreneur Lowe, who proposed to Giudici in Thailand while they were filming the season 17 finale of "The Bachelor". He is now house-hunting with the 27-year-old Seattle graphic designer in his Dallas hometown where they will move in after their marriage.