Thursday, April 25, 2013
You can catch Sean Lowe, the star of ABC's "The Bachelor" and "Dancing with the Stars," at the Michigan International Women's Show.
Fans of ABC's The Bachelor will have the chance to meet Sean Lowe at the Michigan International Women's Show at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi next week. For Lowe, who once had 25 ladies simultaneously vying for his affections, the expo should be a bed of roses. “I have learned a few things about being around a lot of women at one time, but it is not easy,” joked the Dallas-native by phone on Wednesday. The reality TV star will tell the story of how he fell in love on The Bachelor and his experiences on Dancing With The Stars on the Fashion Stage Thursday, May 2 at 2 p.m. “I am going to say a little something and then do a Q & A with the audience. That’s usually pretty fun,” Lowe said. After, he will pose for photos and sign …
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
You can catch the latest star of ABC's "The Bachelor" at Suburban Collection Showplace.
Will you accept this rose? Fans of ABC's The Bachelor will have the chance to meet latest bachelor Sean Lowe at the Michigan International Women's Show at Suburban Collection Showplace on Friday, May 3 at 1 p.m. Lowe will tell the story of how he fell in love with Catherine, their plans for their upcoming wedding and his experiences on Dancing With The Stars. The bachelor will only be at the show on Friday, but other realty stars will also be making appearances throughout the weekend. On Saturday, Jessica Robertson from A&E’s reality series Duck Dynasty will answer questions about being married to the youngest Robertson son, Jep, and about her four children: Lily, Merritt, Priscilla, and River. Plus, Season 8 Food Network Star finalist, …
Monday, March 11, 2013
Ashley Palenkas, who was a contestant this season, shares her choice for winner of Monday night's season finale of "The Bachelor" on ABC.
A Birmingham hairdresser says she certainly has a favorite bachelorette on the love 'em and leave 'em ABC hit, "The Bachelor". Monday at 8 p.m., we'll find out whether Catherine Giudici or Lindsay Yenter wins Dallas native Sean Lowe's heart during the reality show’s season finale. “Definitely Catherine is my favorite. She’s my top pick,” said Ashley Palenkas, 28, a hairdresser in Birmingham and bartender in downtown Royal Oak. Palenkas was among 26 contestants hoping to lure the affections of Lowe this season. She was cut on the first episode after her provocative dancing and obsession with "Fifty Shades of Grey" didn't seem to impress Lowe. “Since I was cut on the first show, I didn’t really get to spend a lot of time off-camera with Sean…
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Macomb Township resident and Birmingham hairdresser Ashley Palenkas was the first eliminated from 'The Bachelor' Monday night.
This Birmingham hairdresser will be looking for love somewhere else, after Ashley Palenkas, 28, was the first eliminated from the season premiere of The Bachelor Monday night. Palenkas, who also moonlights as a bartender in Royal Oak, was one of 25 ladies who vyed for the heart of Dallas native Sean Lowe during the latest season of the ABC reality show. Lowe was a finalist one last seasn's The Bachelorette before he was sent home by Emily Maynard. According to Palenkas' bio, she considers herself a romantic who wears her heart on her sleeve, letting emotions "rule over my head." However on Monday night, it was her aggressive attempt at romance that convinced Lowe to send Palenkas packing. According to CBS Detroit, Palenkas tried to woo …
Thursday, March 1, 2012
Flajnik will sign bottles of his organic Envolve wine 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Ben Flajnik, who narrowed his choice of eligible ladies from three to two on ABC's The Bachelor on Monday night, will be in Birmingham today. Flajnik, along with his friend and business partner, Mike Benziger, will sign bottles of their Envolve wine from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday at Kroger. The Bachelor won't be able to pose for individual personal photos because of time constraints; he will only sign the Envolve bottles of wine, which range from $20-$40 at the Birmingham grocery store. The organic wines are designed to emphasize "the important relationship between friendship and the enjoyment of wine," according to a description on the winery's website.