ABC announces new “Bachelorette” and Sean Lowe plans wedding

Getty Images File PhotoSean Lowe and Catherine Guidici are getting married

There’s lots of news on “The Bachelor” front, so sit back, relax and consider your life complete after reading this.

Sean Lowe picked Catherine Guidici, just like Reality Steve predicted (though it doesn’t bode well that her name is similar to Guidice, as in the Guidices from “Real Housewives of New Jersey”).

The pair told ABC on the “After The Rose” special that they are considering getting married on television (duh) since the medium was so instrumental in creating their perfect, pure, celibate love. Lowe also followed in the footsteps of other “Bachelors” and has reportedly joined the cast of “DWTS,” according to USA Today, which proves that even though his religion forbids sex before marriage, dancing is apparently OK.

One of the best things about the end of each season is getting to hear who the next star of the franchise will be, and ABC has announced that the next “Bachelorette” will be the Sean-shunned Desiree Hartsock, aka “Des,” who was both baffled and inconsolable when he didn’t choose her. Now she will get to work through her pain by working through 25 men … sucks to be her.

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