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‘Bachelor’ star Juan Pablo is a troubled man says news anchor

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Bachelor” star Juan Pablo may have been at the top of the list when people were choosing the next “Bachelor” last year, but viewers quickly realized how focused he was on hooking up with women rather than finding true love. When Andi Dorfman walked out of the show, and Clare Crawley complained about Juan Pablo’s poor behavior, viewers were done with him. And the public is still wondering about him. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment published on July 9, “Bachelor” star Juan Pablo is now being labeled as a very troubled man.

Apparently, many people around the country have been watching the show and many have opinions of Juan Pablo. One of those people is NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams. While he may not be talking about “The Bachelor” on his news show, he does have some opinions about the show itself and Juan Pablo. "Juan Pablo kind of divided us as viewers,” Williams revealed. “Juan Pablo was a troubled man." And while some people defended Juan Pablo for choosing Nikki Ferrell in the end, Williams isn’t one of them.

But Juan Pablo isn’t the only person that Williams has a problem with. He has been watching Andi Dorfman’s season of the show and he was shocked that Chris Soules suggested that Andi could be a homemaker in Iowa. He saw this as a major flag, especially since Andi has already invested so much time into her legal career. Chris did say that there were options for her in Iowa, but it probably isn’t the opportunities she is hoping for.

Even though Juan Pablo hasn’t really been in the press since he ended the filming, he is still in the minds of those who have been watching the show. Are you surprised that Juan Pablo has been labeled a troubled man by a famous news anchor? Do you think that Juan Pablo's behaviour has changed the way the show hires people to find love in front of the camera?

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