As Life & Style reports in this week’s issue, on stands now, the 29-year-old hunk will compete for the famed Mirror Ball Trophy this season.
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“He says he’s nervous,” a show source dishes to Life & Style, “and is moving to LA full-time to begin rehearsals.”
But his fiancée needn’t worry. The devout Christian and his lucky lady are happily in love and already planning a summer wedding, which will air on TV.
"She can’t wait until the show ends so she can finally start planning the wedding,” a relative of Sean’s fiancée reveals in the new issue of Life & Style, on newsstands now. “She doesn’t want to wait.”
And Sean tells Life & Style, “My relationship developed on TV, so it almost would make sense to marry on TV.”
As for DWTS, there’s already been quite a shakeup on the new season. Pro dancer Maksim Chmerkovskiy (fun fact: he dated Sean’s partner Peta!) explained to Life & Style why he's not returning to the hit ABC series.
"I’ve been a pro dancer on the show for about seven years now and am eager to explore other opportunities that have been made possible because of Dancing With the Stars,” the 33-year-old told Life & Style in a statement. “I'm going to take this time to dive into producing and acting, while fulfilling my sponsorship obligations."
Sean is the second Bachelor to give DWTS a go — Jake Pavelka finished seventh in 2010. Other celebrities joining the cast this season include Lisa Vanderpump, Kellie Pickler, Aly Raisman and Andy Dick.
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