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What Worries “Bachelor” Sean Lowe Most About Wedding?

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“Bachelor” Sean Lowe maybe wasn’t an obvious choice for “Dancing with the Stars,” but still he seems to have done better than anyone really anticipated. And he’s certainly more than a pretty face when t comes to strutting his stuff on the dance floor. Still, Sean is freaking out at the prospect of his wedding dance.

It seems Sean’s stint on “Dancing with the Stars” might be doing more to sap his confidence in his dance skills, rather than enhance it. The judges’ comments and his scores have apparently made the reality TV star realize that he still has a lot to learn about dancing. And he may not get to be as good at dancing as he wants to in time for his summer wedding to Catherine Guidice.

Sean previously stated that one of the primary reasons he signed on for “Dancing with the Stars” was to prepare for his wedding dance. Now he is a little worried that his preparations aren’t exactly going to plan.

“After the wedding dance I feel like I’ll see Len [Goodman] in the corner holding up a six!” Sean told “Us Weekly.”

The poor guy is feeling under particular pressure to do well because he says his fiancée is much better at dancing than he is and she showed that particularly when she showed up on the “Dancing with the Stars” set to help Sean get his sexy back.

“She’s a much better dancer than I am!” Sean tells Us. “She’s a really good dancer. She’s a natural.”

As if Sean Lowe needs any more pressure to perform on his wedding…day!

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