Look who's getting a rose!
On next Tuesday's Trophy Wife, The Bachelor host Chris Harrison (temporarily) ditches Juan Pablo to play himself on the comedy, and we've got your exclusive first look...
Sharleen and Juan Pablo Galavis
After weeks of being conflicted over Juan Pablo, Sharleen decided it was finally time to leave The Bachelor.
Ever since she hesitated over receiving the first impression rose, viewers have watched the opera singer vacillate between knowing Juan Pablo is not the guy for her and giving in to her attraction to the single dad. Ultimately, it was the prospect of bringing Juan Pablo home to meet her folks that made Sharleen pack up once and for all.
Sharleen, Juan Pablo Galavis
What's worse that getting eliminated from The Bachelor? Getting eliminated from The Bachelor on your birthday.
Although there was initial attraction between Juan Pablo and Cassandra, on Monday's episode, Juan Pablo pulled the single mom aside on her 22nd birthday and told her he felt it was best she go home.
Malin Akerman, Kerry Washington
Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) soon might not be the only one on ABC wearing a white hat.
Freshman comedy Trophy Wife will pay homage to the addictive Shonda Rhimes drama later this season, producers revealed...
Juan Pablo, Clare
The Bachelor's Clare wants to make one thing clear about her "scandalous" late-night swim with Juan Pablo: They did not have sex.
On Monday's episode, the 32-year-old hairstylist — who had already received the group date rose — arrived at Juan Pablo's hotel room for a late-night swim. The two then frolicked into the ocean, where it was clear they were having a good time, albeit with their bathing suits on. But during the next cocktail party, Juan Pablo told Clare that they should have never done what they did, causing Clare to cry.
Clare, Juan Pablo Galavis
The Bachelor's Juan Pablo is confusing the women — and making them cry — yet again.
On Monday's episode, Clare showed up at Juan Pablo's hotel room in the middle of the night for some scandalous swimming. But while Juan Pablo was very much into the late-night swim at the time, during the cocktail party he told Clare he never should've allowed it to happen. A few tears from both Clare and Juan Pablo later, host Chris Harrison is weighing in on the awkward situation and sharing what he told the Bachelor during the un-aired deliberation.
The Bachelor's Juan Pablo is done making out — or at least that's what he's telling some of the women.
On Monday's episode, Juan Pablo and his ladies headed to South Korea, where he caused quite the stir on the group date. After kissing a handful of women thus far, the single dad decided that he shouldn't be so "romantic" and shot down Lauren S. when she went in for a kiss.
The Bachelor's Sean and Catherine are married
Nikki, Juan Pablo Galavis
Ten months after America watched Sean Lowe propose to Catherine Giudici on The Bachelor's Season 17 finale, the ABC series is back with its first ever Latino star Juan Pablo Galavis.
On Monday's premiere, we were reintroduced to the single dad who left early on during Desiree Hartsock's season of The Bachelorette. Within the first 15 minutes of the episode, fans not only got to see how devoted he is to his 4-year-old daughter Camila, but were also reminded of just how sexy the former professional soccer player is.
Lauren H., Juan Pablo Galavis
There's always one <strike>crazy girl</strike> crier during The Bachelor's first cocktail party.
In our exclusive sneak peek of the Season 18 premiere, host Chris Harrison offers up the first impression rose, which causes the women to scramble for time with Juan Pablo. Lauren H., who is still reeling from a broken engagement, starts to realize maybe she isn't quite ready for competing with 26 other women.
Bachelor alums weigh in on newest star Juan Pablo
"I'm always so positive and I'm realizing I'm not that whenever I'm out of my comfort zone," she says. "It's just the reality of it is that it's a lot different."
Allison Janney and Arsenio Hall
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