Chris Harrison - Texas Medal Of The Arts Awards held at the Long Center for the Performing Arts in Austin, Tx at Long Center Foe The Performing Arts - Austin, Texas, United States - Thursday 26th February 2015
'The Bachelor' has released its new couple into the world, but is a break-up on the horizon?
Another series of ABC's The Bachelor has reached an end and this year we've been given the coupling of Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell. It had been a long road for the former professional football player bachelor and the victorious bachelorette but sparks weren't exactly flying at the end of the long and emotionally-testing selection process.
Juan Pablo Galavis Offered His Final Rose To Nikki Ferrell.
As Juan Pablo swept Nikki into his arms, the couple seemed happy enough but there was no marriage proposal or even a declaration of love. Such a lack of romance on the final episode of the love-seeking show was picked up on by fans, who criticised Juan Pablo. However, the Venezuelan reality television star has since taken things into his own hands and has released a video montage of his and Nikki's best moments together on the show.
The host of 'The Bachelor' talks about how Juan Pablo has spiced things up on the show.
It's Juan-uary on ABC's hit reality TV dating show The Bachelor as Chris Harrison welcomes new bachelor, soccer star Juan Pablo Galavis, as well as a host of eligible bachelorettes. Those who watched Desiree's season of The Bachelorette will of course remember single dad Juan Pablo even though he left pretty early on.
Chris Harrison Speaks About The Exciting New Season Of 'The Bachelor.'
Within minutes of the season premiere beginning, we were given a glimpse into Juan Pablo's world and saw a father devoted to his 4 year-old daughter, Camila. With family matters aside, there was but one thing on viewers minds, who overwhelmingly tweeted and shared photos of The Bachelor's new hunk, swooning over his good looks.
Former soccer ace from Venezuela Juan Pablo Galavis becomes the first non-white Bachelor in the series' history
Following the emotional rollercoaster that was the grand finale of The Bachelorette, at least one of the unlucky in-love contestants was able to have another go at finding love through a syndicated television programme that comes with a cash prize - the old fashioned way as some call it. Of the castaways not chosen by this year's Bachelorette, Desiree Hartsock, one has been handed a lifeline by ABC to finally find love (and cash) again.
The latino would-be suitor for Desiree; Juan Pablo Galavis was hand picked by the voting American public to be burdened with the task of having a dozen women swoon over him for the next season of the bachelor. Galavis had always looked like having the best chance of becoming the next bachelor, emerging as one of the frontrunners along with Brooks Forester and Disiree's personal choice Zak Waddell. Alas it was the Venezuela-born, ex-soccer player Galavis who emerged as the victor, becoming the first non-white contestant to be given a shot at love in the show's 11 year run.
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