Sean Lowe Tierra LiCausi

So far Sean Lowe's season of The Bachelor hasn't been quite as dramatic and entertaining as we'd hoped, but with any luck, things will really start heating up in the next week or two -- when the resident bad girl in the group starts letting the crazy flow freely.

Let's be honest, no season of The Bachelor or The Bachelorette is complete without a villain who everyone absolutely loves to hate. It's really about time for Sean's evil temptress to start pulling out all the stops to lure him into her clutches.

Duh, if you haven't figured it out yet, it's Tierra LiCausi, the leasing consultant (aka the chick who rents apartments to people) from Denver who may or may not have legitimately fallen down the stairs on last week's episode.

OMG. Does this girl reek of craziness or what?!? (Seriously. Courtney Robertson's got nothing on Tierra.) Sure, on the surface, she's gorgeous, bubbly, fun, and seems like a genuinely nice person. But then as soon as she's alone with the camera, she turns into one of those, "I'll do or say whatever the hell I have to in order to win this competition." (Oh yeah. She sees this as a game all right. She's not that into Sean.)

And based on what a source who knows her told Life & Style, it sounds like Tierra's even worse in real life than what we've seen on TV so far. He/she says, "She only ever dated super-rich guys, as in guys with their own planes or island." (Minus three points for Sean.)

A former tanning salon co-worker also had some not-so-kind words to say about Tierra: "She acted as if the world revolved around her -- it came across as arrogance." This person added that when around men, Tierra would "bat her eyelashes and giggle. She was really good at flashing that big smile, and she knows how beautiful she is. She was always putting on a show."

Huh. That sure fits the personality we've seen thus far on The Bachelor, don't you think?

If Tierra really is as big of a fake, bratty gold digger as people claim, let's just hope Sean figures it out before their relationship gets too involved. He is definitely the type of dude who gets his heart broken easily, and it would be really unfortunate if he fell for Tierra's games and wound up proposing to her -- only to be forced to break the engagement after seeing her shenanigans on the show.

Do you think Tierra is really as awful as she appears to be, or is it just due to clever editing?

 

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