Renee Oteri is definitely over “The Bachelor” Juan Pablo Galavis!
Just a few weeks after announcing her engagement to Bracy Maynard, the couple tied the knot!
“Bachelor” Juan Pablo Galavis and girlfriend Nikki Ferrell attended a wedding over the weekend… just not their own. Somehow, a pic of the pair ended up going viral anyway!Ferrell, 27, shared a photo of the happy couple on Instagram on Sunday, along with the caption, "Wedding fun in the Dominican Republic with @juanpagalavis and this gorgeous view."
One of the most polarizing contestants in “The Bachelor” show history, Juan Pablo Galavis is leaving the public eye for good… but first, he has few more things to say.told People.com in what he is calling his final interview. "A lot of things about me were not shown. I'm not a bad guy. People who know me know who I am."
“The Bachelor” Juan Pablo Galavis ended his polarizing run on Monday in dramatic fashion.
In the final rose ceremony, the Venezuelan bachelor chose Nikki Ferrell over Clare Crawley, but when it came time to propose, JP couldn’t do it.
"I have a ring here in my pocket and I'm not going to use it," he told Nikki, the pediatric nurse. "I'm not 100 percent sure I want to propose to you, but at the same time I'm 100 percent sure I don't want to let you go."
"The Bachelor" Juan Pablo Galavis is nearing judgment day, and this week, one contestant made his decision a little easier by sending herself home.
"Bachelor" couple Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici took their relationship to the next level Sunday night, tying the knot on TV, just like how they fell in love!
It looks like viewers are definitely still into “Bachelor” star Juan Pablo Galavis.
Even though the Venezuelan hunk recently gave an interview in which he made some controversial comments about gay men, Monday’s ratings were still high.
“Bachelor” star Juan Pablo Galavis is quickly finding himself in hot water over comments he made about the possibility of having an openly gay season of “The Bachelor.”
Speaking with The TV Page at ABC’s TCA party on Friday night, Galavis said he didn’t think the dating series should go that route because it wouldn’t be “a good idea for kids to watch that on TV” and said gay people were “more pervert in a sense.”