Just when we thought they couldn't possibly get any cheesier as a couple -- Bachelor Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici's bachelor/bachelorette party plans have been revealed. It's now obvious that they intend on being as lame as possible until they tie the knot.
Get this one -- they're not having separate parties. Nope. They plan on doing a joint celebration because, in Sean's words, "it's a good way to stay out of trouble."
Trouble? Did he say trouble? Well, shut my mouth -- Sean's got a bad boy streak hidden up underneath those rock-hard abs.
And something tells me Catherine is well aware of this little secret.
OMG, don't you see what's going on here? A joint bachelor/bachelorette party? What dude in his right mind agrees to something like that -- unless his bride-to-be absolutely insists on it?
Catherine is a lot of things, but stupid definitely isn't one of them. (She's a total smarty-pants.)
Um, how shall I say this without being crude? Oh hell, forget politeness. Sean and Catherine haven't done the dirty -- so she knows all too well that he's basically a rocket that's ready to launch at any given second.
And if he has a big bachelor bash with his boys and she isn't there to chaperone? Look out! There's no telling what sort of primal urges might overtake Sean if he's surrounded by drunk girls and strippers.
It would be such a shame for him to have made it this far without giving into temptation only to throw his vow of celibacy away after a night gone wild. But restraining oneself is a whole lot harder when peer pressure and partying are involved. Can't you hear Sean's friends now? "Kiss her! Slip her the tongue, man -- just do it!" (What? You really think they wouldn't go there?)
Yeahhhh ... I think a joint party is probably the way to go for these two. (Even though it'll likely be about as exciting as watching paint dry.)
Why do you think Sean and Catherine want two separate parties?
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