"Bachelor" Juan Pablo doesn't seem to be fond of dancers. Namely Cassandra Ferguson, a former NBA dancer.
According to Reality Steve, Juan Pablo sends Cassandra home before the rose ceremony on the episode that airs on Feb. 10, 2014. Perhaps he thinks she would be better off back at home with her adorable son, Trey instead of with a group of catty girls who are trying to win a Neil Lane ring and the possibility of wedded bliss with Juan Pablo Galavis.
It seems like everyone is having a great time (or at least the edit makes it look fun) until Juan Pablo decides to pull Cassandra aside and give her a one way ticket back to the U.S.A.
Why does Juan Pablo send Cassandra home? Perhaps he feels that her story is too close to his. Or she's too young for him. Maybe she dances better than he does. Fans who are obsessed with the show can speculate about this all day.
Ferguson, 22, used to be a Detroit Pistons dancer and played some love-ball with Piston's point guard, Rodney Stuckey. They made a baby and ended their relationship, something that sounds slightly similar to the relationship Juan Pablo had with his baby momma, Carla Rodriguez.
Then again, Carla and Juan Pablo spend a lot of time together for a couple who chose not to stay together. Perhaps she wants to go on "Dancing with the Stars," too.
Watch "The Bachelor" at 8 p.m. ET on Feb. 10 to find out why Juan Pablo didn't envision a future with Cassandra.
Who else does Juan Pablo send home tonight? Read the spoiler here.
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