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Chris Harrison promises less wild times with new Bachelor

6/17/2014

The Bachelor host Chris Harrison insists the upcoming season of the dating show will be more romantic and less crazy that past shows - but the man of the moment, Sean Lowe, will be baring it all. The third-runner up on Emily Maynard's season of The Bachelorette won the hearts of many viewers across the country, and now he has women vying for his love as the new Bachelor. And as filming on the 17th season nears the end, rosemaster Harrison reveals the 28-year-old Texan isn't just on the show to party with 25 eligible ladies. Harrison tells Us Weekly, "It's not a crazy, 'let's get drunk, let's get naked' type of season because that's not Sean. The Bachelor really does take the shape of the character and that's not him." During Maynard's season, viewers grew fond of Lowe's honesty and vulnerability he brought to the experience, which is definitely helping him as he potentially finds the love of his life. Harrison adds, "Sean's doing great and his choices and decisions so far have been really good. He's handling it really well. I think people are really going to like him because he's so sincere. He really is looking for that someone and that makes it fun for everyone. He's not looking for a Southern belle per se, but he's looking for a lady - someone who respects herself and her family." And although Lowe will strip off to wow the ladies - and the show's gay fans - Harrison insists there is much more to the model than his physique. He admits, "Yes, he has his shirt off a lot, but, when you get to know the guy, he's very well read, very intelligent, a very smart guy. He really wants to find love. His mom and dad have been married for many, many years and they're sort of the role model he's looking for. It'll be an interesting season." The 17th season of The Bachelor begins 7 January (13).

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