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Juan Pablo Galavis says 'The Bachelor' should not ever use a gay man for lead

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In a recent interview, Juan Pablo Galavis of "The Bachelor" 2014 made his thoughts on a gay person being the lead on the show very clear and fans are not liking his answer. On Jan. 18, Huffington Post shared a short clip of the interview and what he had to say.

The person doing the interview asks Juan Pablo if he thinks the lead should ever be a gay or bisexual person. Juan Pablo immediately answers saying that no he doesn't like that idea. He actually said, ""No... I respect [gay people] but, honestly, I don't think it's a good example for kids..." This is one answer that ABC forgot to coach him on before he was asked the question.

He also went on to say that sometimes gay people are to "pervert and he thinks it would be too hard of a show to watch." Juan Pablo might make some fans with his comments, but he is also going to make some enemies with this one.

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