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Photos: ‘Bachelor’ star Sean Lowe, fiancee Catherine Giudici’s L.V. whirlwind includes 1OAK, Liquid and Kumi


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Sean Lowe at Liquid Pool Lounge in Aria on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013.

Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici at 1OAK and Liquid

Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe at 1OAK in the Mirage on Friday, Aug. 2, 2013. Launch slideshow »

ABC’s “The Bachelor” Season 17 star and fan favorite Sean Lowe and his fiancee, Catherine Giudici, partied like hit reality TV stars in Las Vegas over the weekend, making stops at Stack and 1OAK in the Mirage, Liquid Pool Lounge in Aria and chef Akira Back’s new Japanese restaurant and bar Kumi in Mandalay Bay during their whirlwind trip.

While Lowe’s sunset proposal to Giudici in the finale in Thailand in March will be difficult to eclipse in the romance department, fun was nonstop in Las Vegas. The husband-and-wife-to-be started their Friday night with dinner at Stack (appropriate for the studly, tan and stacked Lowe) before heading to nearby 1OAK for the sounds of DJ Karma.

Lowe sported tight jeans, a black leather jacket (he must have been sweating like a, well, you-know-what in church) and a white T-shirt, while Giudici sizzled in a black mini-dress with a plunging neckline. Lowe’s poison of the night: Red Bull.

On Saturday, Lowe, in a blue tank top and striped board shorts, headed to Liquid Pool Lounge with Giudici and a group, and they partied during the day in a private cabana to the sounds of DJ Ikon and DJ Exodus. Lowe eventually doffed the tank top to show off his ripped physique (he is not shy about his buff bod).

A spywitness reported: “Sean and Catherine were so cute together. They were cuddling and just enjoying being together.” After the fun in the sun, Lowe, Giudici and friends dined at chef Akira Back’s recently opened Kumi in Mandalay Bay and then danced the night away at Haze back at Aria.

Thanks to Denise Truscello of WireImage for her photo galleries at 1OAK and Liquid.

Don Chareunsy is senior editor for arts and entertainment of the Las Vegas Sun.

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