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'Bachelor' runner up Clare Crawley to appear on 'GMA' March 17

Juan Pablo Galavis is definitely the most controversial "Bachelor"
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This has been a highly publicized week for the ABC network. The Season 18 finale of “The Bachelor” aired and caused quite a commotion among viewers. Juan Pablo Galavis ultimately chose Nikki Ferrell and sent Clare Crawley away. Crawley was the fan-choice for Galavis, and many were shocked when he sent her home. According to a tweet sent March 14 by the official “Good Morning America” account, Clare Crawley is going to be appearing on “Good Morning America” on Monday, March 17 to talk about “The Bachelor” and her thoughts on the entire season. Fans are looking forward to her comments and thoughts, especially since she didn't say too much during the finale.

Clare Crawley was almost chosen as the winner of a very long and emotional season of “The Bachelor.” It really looked like it could go either way at the end, but the final date with Crawley was where Juan Pablo Galavis went wrong. Instead of being a kind gentleman, Galavis said something to Crawley that was both offensive and highly inappropriate. While she wouldn't repeat it during “After the Final Rose,” it is being reported that Galavis said “I love f---ing you.” Women everywhere were floored when hearing that.

“The Bachelor” fans are excited to see what Clare Crawley will say when she appears on “Good Morning America” on March 17. There are so many things fans have been asking about what happened and hopefully she will have a chance to clear things up. “Good Morning America” airs weekday mornings on ABC at 7 a.m. CT.

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