They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, but does the same go for abstinence?
The current "Bachelor" and alleged "born-again" virgin, Sean Lowe, is reportedly engaged to the winner of ABC's reality show, who will be announced on season finale of "The Bachelor" on March 11, and has plans to get married as soon as this summer. Rumors are circulating that the rush for the couple to exchange wedding vows are so that Sean can finally break his vow of celibacy.
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As America anxiously awaits the winner of this season's Bachelor to officially be revealed, Sean and his fiance anxiously await their public debut so that they can start planning their summer wedding, Life & Style magazine reports.
Apparently Sean and his winning woman, either Catherine Giudici or Lindsay Yenter, got engaged in Thailand back in November and are ready to get married as early as this summer. "She can't wait until the show ends so she can finally start planning the wedding," the winner's relative states, "She doesn't want to wait."
The winner has been burying her head in wedding magazines and searching for the perfect gown (didn't Linds show up in a wedding gown the first night? hmm), according to Life & Style, while she eagerly awaits the day that she and her man can finally go public. Although the couple has spent some time together in LA since their engagement as well as a few romantic days together in Palm Springs, they have not been "romantically together" in the bedroom yet, as Lowe is allegedly a "born-again" virgin and will not be intimate again until he is married to his wife.
Although both Lindsay and Catherine only learned about Sean's vow of celibacy when it came time for the fantasy suites, they both were supposedly fine with waiting and understood that their fantasy date could only go so far, notes the magazine. The winner, his fiance, admits that she "doesn't mind waiting and thinks its admirable," according to an inside source.
Sean reveals to Life & Style that the deeper they fall in love, the harder it is to stick to his vow of abstinence. "Your body leads you one way, but your mind leads you another," the bachelor admits. Does this remind anyone else of R. Kelly's "Bump and Grind" lyrics?
Sean's bride-to-be must feel similarly as she wishes they could get married "super fast" raising questions if they want to get married quickly for the love or just for the sex.
While they are both looking forward to their wedding night, where they can finally "seal the deal," a friend of Sean's fiance says that's not why they're rushing. They're apparently "wildly in love and don't see any reason to wait," the source says insisting on love, "He's head over heels for her, and wants to share that with the world."
The sex that will presumably ensue after they're hitched is just an added bonus for the couple.
Another source tells Life & Style, "These two want to make it official pretty soon..everyone knows they want to hurry up with the wedding so they can, you know, get physical." And who wouldn't want to "get physical" with the gorgeous Sean Lowe?
The insider continues,"Sean and his fiancee have incredible chemistry. I'm sure they're very excited about getting more familiar with the physical side of their relationship."
With mixed views on the wedding that the couple wants to plan for this summer, another decision on the wedding has been made: it will be televised. "My relationship developed on TV, so it almost would make sense to marry on TV," Sean tells Life & Style.
The Bachelor: Women Tell All special will air tonight (March 4) on ABC, while the season finale - featuring final two Lindsay Yenter and Catherine Giudici - will be broadcast next week (March 11).
This will bring the couple one step closer to their wedding day and one step closer to finally "getting it on". Hurry up March 11th, for everyone's sake.