The surprises just keep coming! Privacy-minded Bachelor 2014 star Juan Pablo Galavis just shared a video he made for Season 18 winner Nikki Ferrell with not just his new girlfriend, but with his Twitter followers, too.
The Juan Pablo video posted to YouTube on Mar. 12 and then shared via social media, which was a compilation video clips and still photographs from ABC footage of their time together on the show, featured a love song JP apparently had commissioned specifically for Nikki. The upbeat song is titled, "Adventures in Loving You."
The Bachelor 2014 star released the song and video Wednesday, possibly in hopes it would silence critics such as ABC host Chris Harrison and viewers who question Juan Pablo's motives due to some of the things he said and did during Season 18, not to mention the Reality Steve Bachelor spoilers that claim he is just playing Nikki.
Bachelor 2014: Juan Pablo Video for Nikki Ferrell Shows Love, Sends Message to Haters
The sort of lovey-dovey, extra-sentimental video comes on the heels of near radio silence following The Bachelor Season 18 finale and the "After The Final Rose" special where Juan Pablo wouldn't use the L-word, even to Nikki herself.
At the end of the tribute video for Nikki, JP shared a special message he wrote for his amor: "Thanks for these INTERESTING 4 months of HIDING, not [sic] that the CHARACTER of 'The Bachelor' is OVER, it is time for US to live our life for REAL. Te ADORO. Juan Pablo."
Do you think Juan Pablo's video for Nikki will take the attention off of what some considered an unsatisfying Bachelor finale and what we can all agree was an extremely awkward "After The Final Rose" segment?
Was it wrong of host Chris Harrison to hound JP to express his emotions on the "ATFR" special? Did he go too far, or was Juan Pablo being deliberately frustrating in order to express disdain for the show that made him a household name? (Honestly, we think there was a little of both going on there.) And what about Reality Steve's claims Juan Pablo was always and is now only in it for the fame and money the ABC cameras would bring?
One thing is for sure, "Adventures in Loving You" may not exactly be the stuff chart-toppers are made of, but it certainly uses enough variations of the word "love" that everyone should be satisfied. Finally. (Hopefully, Nikki enjoyed it most of all.)
Leave your thoughts in the comments section below, and find out what we know so far about The Bachelorette 2014 here. (Click link for premiere date and info on the leading lady!)