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“The Bachelor” 2013 Season 17 Spoilers: St. Croix Brings “Biggest Meltdown in ‘Bachelor’ History” and Many Secrets Told

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Self-professed born-again virgin Sean Lowe returns to the Virgin Islands for Monday night’s episode of “The Bachelor,” but the tropical paradise soon gets stormy as one of the girls has what has been called the “biggest meltdown in ‘Bachelor’ history” and several of the girls spill secrets to Sean so that the poor guy calls in sister Shay for help.

Six ladies remain in the running to be Sean’s fiancée, and tension mounts as the hometown dates loom. Tierra, feeling anxious about her relationship with Sean and how the drama with the other women will influence his decision, desperately discloses something that will shock him and Lesley’s individual date has her re-thinking her strategy.

It seems Sean’s been getting confused about is feelings for the women vying for his attention so he calls in his sister Shay to help him think through his emotions. She arrives just in time to warn Sean that some of the women really would be bad news for him, just as two women go at each other, one accusing the other of sabotaging her time with Sean.

The accusation escalates into the biggest meltdown in Bachelor history. It may not surprise you to learn that it’s this season’s resident baddy Tierra who has the meltdown. This precipitates her exit from the show, long awaited by fans but sources vary as to whether Sean boots Tierra or whether she decides to walk.

Sean’s one-on-one date with AshLee sees them go on a romantic ride on a catamaran to a private island. They seem to be falling more and more in love. Sean feels so comfortable with AshLee that he asks her about the drama between the other women, and she wastes no time in trashing Tierra. However that night AshLee decides to share something about her past that might jeopardize her chance at getting a hometown date.

Tierra and Sean also have a one-on-one date. Is he finally trying to figure out the troublemaker as they explore the town of St. Croix. Sean takes this opportunity to ask his date about the rumors he has heard about her behavior, but she is show’s no remorse. However, worried about possibly not getting a hometown date, she spills a secret of her own. But will it be enough to keep her around?

Well, no. Tierra leaves on Monday night… (waits for cheers to die down)…

At first Reality Steve had it that Tierra decided of her own accord to leave the show but now he seems to have changed his mind and is suggesting Tierra is booted, even before the rose ceremony.

On the group date to see the sunrise at the western edge of St. Croix one lady opens up about a dark family secret. Another woman breaks down talking about her family. But one makes a clear impression, gets the rose and captures a hometown date.

On the final day on the island, Sean hopes to push his relationship with Lesley along as they explore the ruins of the Mt. Washington sugar plantation. She remains a little reserved, though.

Lesley Murphy seems like the most likely lady to be eliminated at the rose ceremony.

Tune in to ABC’s “The Bachelor 2013” on Monday, February 11 to see all of the drama for Sean Lowe in St. Croix, the last episode before the always exciting hometown dates.

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