The Bachelor might have just ended, but like most viewers at home, Chris Harrison is still wondering what the heck happened on Monday night.
At the end of the two-hour finale, Juan Pablo sent Clare home, ultimately choosing Nikki. The live audience applauded as Clare gave the Venezuelan a piece of her mind and were also dumb-founded as Nikki professed her love, only to have those feelings hardly reciprocated when he offered her the final rose. At the live After the Final Rose special, things only got more bizarre and tense as a defensive Juan Pablo refused to truly say whether or not he even loves Nikki and all but chided Harrison for asking the questions that anyone who stars on this show is supposed to be asked.
The Bachelor's Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici are officially married.
On Sunday, the couple walked down the aisle in a live ceremony performed by Lowe's father at the Four Seasons Resort Biltmore in Santa Barbara. Giudici, 27, wore Monique Lhuilier. Show alums who attended
We're only on Episode 2, and already one of The Bachelor women was drunk and belligerent.
On the season's first group date, Victoria threw back a few too many and had an epic meltdown that including some choice words for Juan Pablo. After threatening to leave, Victoria ultimately crashed in a hotel room and awoke feeling just a tad embarrassed. For Juan Pablo, it was more than enough to send her packing before even making it to the cocktail party. Host Chris Harrison explains why the stunt was a complete turn-off for our sexy single dad and also shares some behind-the-scenes scoop on this week's one-on-one dates. Plus: Is Lucy for real?!
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.
Juan-uary is finally here.
The new season of The Bachelor kicks off on Sunday with a two-part premiere and promises to be sexier than ever. (Trust us it is; we've seen the first episode.) At the helm is Juan Pablo Galavis, a fan favorite from Desiree's season of The Bachelorette, who's a single dad and retired pro soccer player from Venezuela. Although it's obvious Juan Pablo is adorable, his exit in Week 6 — and without ever receiving a one-on-one date -- left him a bit of a mystery so we're sharing some things you can expect from our new Bachelor and the Season 18 premiere.