Fil-Am lass wins heart of "The Bachelor," says sex can wait after marriage

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Ligaya in Filipino means "joy", pretty much like what Fil-Am beauty Catherine Ligaya Mejia Giudici must have felt when she won the heart of Dallas businessman Sean Lowe on the reality TV show "The Bachelor" in the US.

Catherine Ligaya Mejia Giudici and Sean Lowe smooch on screen.  The couple have decided to wait for the wedding night to get physical
Catherine Ligaya Mejia Giudici and Sean Lowe smooch on screen.  The couple have decided to wait for the wedding night to get physical 

Giudici, a graphic designer from Seattle, received the final rose and a Neil Lane diamond engagement ring from Lowe on the final episode of "The Bachelor," which aired on Tuesday.

In an online entertainment news from ABS-CBN, it said Lowe picked Giudici over a 24-year-old substitute teacher Lindsay Yenter during the final rose ceremony in Chiang Mai, Thailand. There were 24 other bachelorettes who tried to win Lowe's heart on this season of "The Bachelor."

Giudici admitted she felt Lowe might be "The One" during a date in Canada. "I knew that I could see him in old age. He looked good," she said.

Catherine Ligaya Mejia Giudici
Catherine Ligaya Mejia Giudici
Giudici and Lowe are set to get married soon and their wedding will also be televised. The ABC network will be filming and airing their wedding.

"Our relationship started and was developed and cultivated on a TV show. We'll have our wedding on a TV show, and ABC will cover the wedding," Lowe was quoted by Entertainment Weekly as saying.

Lowe and Giudici, who are currently on the cover of the latest issue of "People" magazine, have revealed they decided to wait until marriage to have sex.

"From my perspective, I've lived life kind of selfishly for a long time. Now, I'm going to try to live it the way I know to be right," Lowe, a conservative Christian, told People.

A Seattle native, Giudici is a former graphic designer for and blogs for The Seattleite, where she mostly writes reviews of vegan restaurants. She graduated from Washington State University with a BA in Advertising.

She is the daughter of Carey and Cynthia Giudici. Cynthia is a current trustee of the Filipino American National Historical Society.


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