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‘The Bachelor’ 2013 Spoilers: Sarah Herron Predicted to be Early Favorite Among Fans



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According to “The Bachelor” 2013 spoilers for season 17, Sarah Herron is predicted to make a memorable impression on viewers and Sean Lowe in the season’s first episode.

Reality Steve blogged that when Sarah meets Sean she has one arm visible. She says to him in the meet and greet segment, “I sometimes think I’m still single because I don’t have two arms.”

Steve said “The Bachelor” contestant will most likely have all of America behind her after that.

Sarah Herron is a 25-year-old in the advertising field and works as a Junior Art Director for a company called “72 and Sunny.” She resides in Marina Del Ray and loves spending time with her dog, Leo.

What else is there about Sarah that will probably make her a standout contestant in season 17 of “The Bachelor” 2013? Unfortunately, she doesn’t stick around long, but a lot happens while she’s on the show. For starters, she’s one of 12 ladies who get a first impression rose from Sean.

Steve wrote that in the second episode, Sarah gets a one-on-one date with Sean. She’s picked up by a helicopter at the mansion, flown to downtown Los Angeles, and rapelled down WaterMarke Tower. They later have a romantic dinner.

Based on Steve’s “Bachelor” 2013 spoilers, Sarah eliminates herself after a group date in Canada. She and some of the other contestants went on a polar bear plunge into a freezing lake. Nice! Maybe she wasn’t into that kind of adventure — or she saw something in Sean early on that wasn’t meant to be.

Sounds like Sarah Herron will be fun for viewers to watch while she’s on the show. Fans can relate to good-hearted, genuine contestants on the romance reality show. All too often some of the cast is transparent or agreed to go on the show for the wrong reasons.

“The Bachelor” 2013, season 17, premieres Monday, January 7, 2013 on ABC at 8 p.m., ET/PT.

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