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Juan Pablo Galavis says he won't watch Andi Dorfman on 'Bachelorette'

It seems that "The Bachelorette" fans shouldn't look forward to reading Juan Pablo Galavis' thoughts on Andi Dorfman's journey on the show as it airs. The former "The Bachelor" star, who wooed Andi before she rejected him after what she thought was a disastrous overnight date, has revealed that he has no plans on watching her try to find a husband from a pool of eligible men.

Television personality Juan Pablo Galavis arrives at the 13th annual Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational gala at the ARIA Resort & Casino at CityCenter on April 4, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Photo by Ethan Miller

On Monday, May 12, Juan Pablo responded to a fan who asked him whether he'll be watching Andi on the show, which premieres Monday, May 19. He tweeted that he won't be watching but will rather call Andi to get her version of what really happened. Juan Pablo's response doesn't seem to be just a sarcastic comment either. When one person replied that there's no way that he has Andi's phone number, Juan Pablo responded that he already talks to her using Apple's FaceTime. Perhaps he was just joking again?

One fan even had advice for Juan Pablo when he does speak to Andi. She told him that whatever he does, to not tell her that "it's okay." "It's okay" are words that Juan Pablo said repeatedly during his time as the Bachelor, so much so that it became a running joke towards the end. Andi was particularly irked whenever he said that, at one point yelling that she never wants to hear those words ever again.

Juan Pablo's response to whether he'll watch Andi refers to his own experience of being the star of "The Bachelor." After Juan Pablo finished his run, he repeatedly said that the show did not realistically depict everything that happened and that situations were edited to make him look bad. He even accused the show's producers of delaying and possibly censoring his final People Magazine blog post.

Andi Dorfman's fans are likely hoping that her run on "The Bachelorette" leads to her being an engaged woman. In light of the fact that Juan Pablo Galavis' season was controversial and that he and his chosen, Nikki Ferrell, have yet to get engaged, producers of the show are also probably hoping that Andi gives viewers the fairy tale ending that they so want.

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