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‘Bachelor’ Contestant Says Disability An Advantage


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When it comes to finding love on reality television, at least one contestant says that her disability may be giving her a leg up.

Sarah Herron, 25, is one of 16 women still vying for the heart of Sean Lowe on ABC’s “The Bachelor.” Born with only one full arm, Herron says that the birth defect is helping to differentiate herself on the show.

“It helped me stand out and catch his attention, and I’m grateful for that,” she told USA Today.

And make an impression, Herron did. Lowe picked her for his first one-on-one date.

“I think what happened is I introduced myself to Sean and made an impression and he saw me as a unique, strong, courageous individual and that I deserved this opportunity as much as anybody else,” Herron said. To read more click here.

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