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The Bachelor Sean Lowe is a Diva on ‘Dancing With the Stars’

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The Bachelor, Sean Lowe is a diva on the set of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ according to sources connected with the show.

On ‘The Bachelorette’ Sean Lowe may not have won Emily Maynard’s love but he won the hearts of millions of the show’s fans by appearing to be a rarity in reality TV – a regular, hardworking guy with a kind heart: one of us. His popularity continued when he took over as ‘The Bachelor’ and won the heart of Catherine Guidice, whom he proposed to and to whom he is still engaged.

So, it made sense that Sean would appear on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and everyone would love him there too. Instead, it seems he only really loves himself now. Has fame gone to Sean’s head?

Backstage sources on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ say that since filming began, Sean has become a real diva. They say he demands to be shot from certain camera angles, although how this is meant to work when filming a dance routine is anyone’s guess.

Worse, they say he talks down to crew members, acts like a brat and brags to other cast members that he’s the big shot on this season and the show needs him, for it to succeed.

Apparently, Sean Lowe’s ego has gotten so big that he now considers himself a brand and must “market accordingly”.

Nicknames for the reality star are even starting to emerge, like Princess Sean.

The producers of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ of course deny anything but positive PR for the show and this for Sean but what do you think? Has the fame gone to Sean’s head? Is this all just sour grapes because Sean Lowe really is the main man on this season’s ‘Dancing with the Stars’?

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