Back in 2012, viewers rooted for the nice guy on Emily Maynard’s season of “The Bachelorette,” but, sadly, Sean Lowe was sent home without a rose. Lowe got his second chance at love when he became the lead during 2013’s season of “The Bachelor” and met the love of his life, Catherine Giudici. The couple married in a televised wedding in 2014 and now are the parents of three children, per Us Weekly.
Lowe wrote about his life and experiences on “The Bachelor” in his 2015 memoir, “For the Right Reasons: America’s Favorite Bachelor on Faith, Love, Marriage, and Why Nice Guys Finish First” (via Glamour). In the book, Lowe, a devout Christian, shares extensively about his faith and, according to its synopsis, wants “others to benefit from those lessons: good does eventually win, lies will be discovered, and ‘nice guys’ do ultimately finish first.”
In his memoir, the reality star also writes about some behind-the-scenes Bachelor Nation secrets, like how no one eats on dates because it looks (and sounds) bad on camera and that producers choose the order contestants exit the limo based on who they think will do well, per the magazine. Other show gossip includes the fact that his first rose ceremony lasted until 6 a.m. and that “stripes, small checkered patterns, big patterns, and solid white” are all a no-no in terms of the show’s dress code, per Bustle.