The Bachelor star Sean Lowe cut two bachelorettes and narrowed his love search to four women during last night's broadcast of the ABC reality dating series' seventeenth season. Tierra LiCausi, a 24-year-old leasing consultant from Denver, CO, was eliminated mid-episode after surviving her one-on-one date with Sean because her emotional breakdowns and drama involvement ended up being too much to be considered healthy. Lesley Murphy, a 25-year-old political consultant from Washington, D.C., was ousted during the seventh episode's Rose Ceremony. "I can't believe they did this to me. I want to go home," Tierra said following her ouster, referencing how some of the girls in the house had thrown her under the bus for often being rude and miserable when Sean wasn't around. "I hope the girls got what they wanted. He doesn't want me here. I'll be okay though. I'm strong. I'll get through it. I told myself going into here, 'Nobody's going to take my sparkle away.' I'm not going to let that happen." "Rejection hurts. Heartbreak hurts. It doesn't feel good. It just doesn't, you know? Rejection doesn't feel good. It sucks. It does. I don't know how I'm going to recover from this heartbreak. I hoped it would be Sean. Unfortunately, it's not what I think. It's what he thinks," Lesley said after she was eliminated.
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