There may be a destination "The Bachelor" wedding in the future. That's because if and when Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell get married, they'll likely be doing it in Venezuela. On Friday, June 27, Juan Pablo revealed that his home country is his top choice for tying the knot.
When a fan asked Juan Pablo where he would get married if he had the choice to do it anywhere, he replied Venezuela, the country that he grew up in. Of course, his reply was just a response to a fan's question and doesn't mean that he has any plans of proposing to Nikki any time soon. When someone else asked him when he's getting married, he only said that he'll do it someday.
One person congratulated him on not feeling rushed to make the big commitment while another joked that he better like his bride "ALOT ALOT," a funny reference to his not telling Nikki that he loves her but rather only that he likes her a lot during their time on the show.
All of the wedding talk was started when Juan Pablo congratulated his parents on 38 years of marriage and thanking them for being a good example for him. His parents certainly seemed like a very loving and united couple when they appeared on "The Bachelor." They also loved Nikki when they met her so it's likely that they'll be very happy if their son proposes to her and starts a marriage of his own.
Before any wedding, Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell will be seen on TV going through some tough times. It was reported in late May that the two, despite not being happy with how they were portrayed on "The Bachelor," will be seen on the new season of VH1's "Couples Therapy," which has already begun filming. Despite not being in the show's press announcement, a source said that the two will be revealed as the mystery pair and explained that they weren't announced only because Juan Pablo's contract with ABC isn't up until August.