They may be living out in L.A. for the sake of making things more convenient for their upcoming TV wedding, but apparently Bachelor Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici will move to Dallas after they tie the knot. And since a source told Life & Style that they will relocate "sometime this year," it sounds like marriage is definitely in the cards for these two. (Maybe.)
And I know, I know, heading back to Texas was the plan from the time they got engaged in Thailand -- but then Sean had to sign on for Dancing With the Stars and screw everything up. (Gah.)
But don't you think it's a little interesting that now that DWTS is over, they still haven't settled into a more normal, everyday life? Sure, Sean and Catherine are living together (but sleeping in separate bedrooms, of course), but are they truly getting a taste of what their "regular" lives together will be like by remaining in La-La-Land?
Yes, I know they're supposedly head-over-heels in love and all that gag-worthy stuff. But no part of their relationship has really been normal yet. They went on all sorts of glamorous dates on The Bachelor, and then got wrapped up in the DWTS spotlight -- and now they're living a life where they're getting invited to all sorts of fun events like a couple of celebrities. And that's all well and good and I'm sure it's pretty enjoyable -- but what happens when the party is over?
I could be wrong, but odds are good that they're going to get a huge wake up call once they're back in Dallas doing ... nothing. Being surrounded by the excitement of the Hollywood crowd and doing things like going to the grocery store, to the movies, or to the park with the dogs are two totally different lifestyles. And if Sean and Catherine have never experienced the latter before getting married, things could potentially go south between them pretty quickly.
If they really want to make it to the altar and want their marriage to last, they'll at least consider moving back to Dallas for a bit and getting used to life as a regular couple before taking the plunge and saying, "I do." Getting away from the glitz and glamour of California is the only way they are ever going to know whether they're truly in love with each other -- or in love with the idea of being in love with each other. (Oh come on, everybody loves a good Bachelor success story -- especially Sean and Catherine.)
Do you think Sean and Catherine should move to Dallas now, or wait until they are married?
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