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Celebrities voice their hatred for The Bachelor character Juan Pablo

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The Bachelor ended unexpectedly recently as Juan Pablo Galavis refused to propose to the final contestant “Nikki”. Celebrities went to social media to express their disdain for Juan Pablo, who may go down as one of the most unpopular bachelors of the TV show’s history.

Many of Juan Pablo’s missteps have been reported on from his refusal to say if he is in love or not and his horrible comments regarding whether there should be a bachelor show for the LBGT community. He is reported to having said, “I don't think it is a good example for kids to watch that on TV," and, "There's this thing about gay people. ... They're more pervert in a sense."

Celebrity Kirsty Ally tweeted Monday, "OMG I want to stab this narcissistic idiot... PAINNNNNNN,” and, "I HATE THIS ASSHOLE!!! He is a jerk!!!! STRAIGHT UP!!".

Scrubs star Zach Braff also tweeted, “Bachelor goes on a douche show, acts like douche, is now mad people think he’s a douche.”

Musician John Mayer went to Instagram to show his unhappiness with how The Bachelor ended. He posted a picture of two unhappy people and commented, “Thinking about Juan Pablo led me back to this book on my shelf called Unmasking the Face (I like super dense esoterica).”
If you are unhappy with the choice of bachelor this season comment below.

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