ST. CLOUD -- Fans of ABC's "The Bachelor" piled into Ritsche Auditorium to see their favorite reality star.

Sean Lowe paid a visit to St. Cloud State University to talk about his experience on the show.

"I never had any intentions of doing any type of reality show much less a cheesy reality show about love," says Lowe.

He also addressed the audience on his views of love, faith and family.

"I told my dad I just had my heart broken and I remember him telling me get home we wanna wrap our arms around you and we want to love you," says Lowe.

The event was put on by Emerge, an organization that offers relationship coaching for young adults.

Special VIP guests even had a chance to ask questions and take a photo with him and his wife Catherine Giudici, who was the winner on "The Bachelor."

"We have our moments as a married couple but all it all it's been a great start," says Lowe.

And as the evening drew to an end, in true Bachelor fashion, everyone went home with a single rose.


Sean Lowe talks to a full auditorium at St. Cloud State University. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)