The Bachelor 2014 spoilers are coming fast and furious, even before the season premiere has aired!
The Bachelor Season 18 starring Juan Pablo Galavis began with the Jan. 5 preview show, but spoilers from Reality Steve may already have the whole season wrapped. If you don't want to learn anything about the Season 18 outcome except by watching the show episode by episode, turn back now!
While we can't say for certain how accurate the most recent gossip is, Reality Steve has a habit of hitting the nail on the head. (He's also been known to get the finale dead wrong now and then.) Take the following Bachelor spoilers with a grain of salt, and keep up with this season by watching on ABC Monday nights. Also, subscribe to this Examiner column above to get email alerts for episode recaps and new stories throughout the season!
Bachelor Spoilers 2014: Season 18 Winner Revealed Before Premiere Airs?
According to Reality Steve, in the end, Bachelor Season 18 star Juan Pablo does find love. However, he doesn't propose! The spoilers posted thus far indicate Juan Pablo picks Nikki Ferrell, Andi Dorfman and Clare Crawley as his final three. Andi reportedly jumps ship on her own, backing out of the show at the last minute, leaving the two others to vie for Juan Pablo's affections.
So, if there isn't a proposal, how will The Bachelor Season 18 shape up? Allegedly, Juan Pablo will choose Nikki to begin a relationship with, but he will not propose marriage on the season finale. If true, this makes perfect sense. J.P. seems to have a head on his shoulder that contains actual brains (shocker for reality TV, we know), and we have no trouble believing he would hesitate to promise to marry a girl he had really only just met. True love has to include chemistry that outlives the fancy trips, private helicopter tours and ABC cameras.
Besides dishing out the most major of Bachelor spoilers 2014 before the season even begins, Reality Steve also had plenty to say about the pre-premiere preview show that aired on Jan. 5; basically, he was miffed that the show suggested some women had producers "surprise" them at home and then insist they allow themselves to be whisked away to film immediately. "Let's be real, none of these girls had to leave on the spot for the show. The lying continues," Steve shared.
He also felt the show's tribute to Gia Allemand was a bit disingenuous, tweeting that no one from production even attended her funeral. "Before all of you see this heartfelt dedication to Gia, you should know something...The Bachelor show cared so much about Gia's death, NOT ONE member of production team attended her funeral OR sent any flower arrangement."
The drama is just beginning. Strap in and stay tuned! The Bachelor Season 18 premiere airs Jan. 6 on ABC. (Check local listings for time and channel.)