The Bachelor 2017 star Nick Viall can’t take Sean Lowe’s tweets anymore and gave the former Bachelor nation star a piece of advice.
It’s been a habit for Lowe to leave a remark on the ongoing season of the reality TV show. He previously commented on Viall’s attire at the show. The hunk salesman from Wisconsin has been ignoring Lowe’s social media posts until recently.
Nick Viall fires back when Lowe tweeted about his son: “Samuel’s crying over here and it’s as if he doesn’t care I’m trying to tweet along to the show. Hope my next kid is more considerate.” Viall tweeted back at Lowe, “Stick to parenting,” in which the latter replied, “ZING!!!”
It is unclear though if Viall’s comment for Lowe was a joke. Or if hints that Catherine Giudici’s husband should focus on his new role as a father rather than getting involved in his own journey to find The One for him.
The Bachelor 2017 Nick Viall and Sean Lowe Back Story
The two did not become rivals over one woman in any season of The Bachelorette. However, it seems like there is some sort of animosity between them. Us Weekly noted that the recent exchange of tweets is not the first time a tension rose between the two.
It can be recalled that Lowe appeared on Viall’s season premiere with fellow former Bachelors Chris Soules and Ben Higgins. Before Viall joined them, Lowe told Soules and Higgins, “You know what’s the fun part about Nick is that a lot of people see him as this giant tool bag that they don’t like. On [Andi Dorfman’s] season, that’s how he came across.” When Viall arrived, Lowe frankly told the current The Bachelor star that a lot of people don’t like him.
Both Viall and Lowe had a colorful journey in finding love on television. Viewers first saw Viall in Dorfman’s season of The Bachelorette in 2014. He ended up as a runner-up after Dorfman picked Josh Murray instead of him.
Viall then joined The Bachelorette 2015, which starred Kaitlyn Bristowe. He got brokenhearted once again. Prior to The Bachelor, he also attempted to find love at the Bachelor in Paradise.
Meanwhile, Lowe first appeared on The Bachelorette season 8, which starred Emily Maynard. He finished third after Maynard chose Jef Holm and Arie Luyendyk, Jr. for the finale.
The former Kansas State football player then starred as the leading man of The Bachelor season 17. At the end, he picked his now-wife Giudici.
Don’t miss The Bachelor 2017 every Mondays at 8 P.M. ET on ABC and watch out on what will be Lowe’s comments this time around.
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