"The Bachelor" 2014 aired a behind the scenes episode on Jan 12. Many spoilers were spilled during this hour-long special prelude to the actual program that usually airs on ABC on Mondays. With that in mind, one of the spoilers that was of particular interest to Juan Pablo fans was regarding the first one-on-one date of the season.
So who was the person who received the first date card?
According to Chris Harrison during Sunday's airing, the first one-on-one date is typically with someone with whom "The Bachelor" is very attracted. That said, the person granted this keen opportunity in Los Angeles was Clare Crawley.
She's a hairstylist from California who responded to the date card which read, "Let's chill. Love, Juan Pablo."
The 32-year-old had to contend with a lot of jealousy among her fellow bachelorettes living in "The Bachelor" mansion. However, she was excited and hopeful about her date, especially since she had recently lost her father and wanted to bond with a new man in a different way.
Juan Pablo and Clare end up driving to a winter wonderland previously enjoyed by Juan Pablo and his daughter Camilla. So who had more fun? Depends on your definition. Spoilers do say that JP and Ms. Crawley do end up making out in a hot tub, so that's one fact about her date that may determine any upbeat feelings about the outcome for both specific parties involved.
The couple also spent their own special evening playing in the snow, skating in a private rink, and dance in the moonlight as Josh Krajcik entertained.
Meanwhile, old spoilers had Kat Hurd possibly being the recipient of the first one-on-one date with Juan Pablo's season but that spoiler was off by one date. Indeed, the 29-year-old dancer who hails from Scottsdale, Arizona, and who attended the University of Iowa grad snagged the second one-on-one date of the season
Or so certain pundits like Reality Steve say, predictions which may or may not be true.
After all, "The Bachelor" 2014 spoilers can be wrong, partially because this is often merely gossip and partially because Juan Pablo can be extremely unpredictable. So, with that said, stay tuned to ABC to see "The Bachelor" play out for real as this reality TV show carries on for another two months.