The season 18 “Women Tell All” special for ABC's “The Bachelor 2014” with Juan Pablo Galavis airs Monday night. Fans are anxious for “The Bachelor” spoilers, and the ABC teasers released on Feb. 26 do share a lot of juicy details. What can fans expect?
Before things get heated with Juan Pablo Galavis, fans will get to see Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe. Sean and Catherine will be giving “The Bachelor” fans an update on their honeymoon and life as a married couple. Those who keep up with them via social media know that the two are doing great, but it will be fun to see them together for the first time on television since the wedding.
As for season 18 with Juan Pablo Galavis, the "WTA" format will follow the traditional layout of seasons past. Several women will head to the hot seat, and many viewers will be especially interested to hear from Andi Dorfman. “The Bachelor” spoilers from ABC share that Andi opens up about the fantasy suite night and she says she did feel she could fall in love with Juan Pablo until that point. However, once things “took a dramatic turn” in St. Lucia she “became frustrated and wanted the journey to be over.”
Juan Pablo Galavis will be there, but it is not necessarily a smooth outing for him. The women are said to lay it all out for him, as “The Bachelor” spoilers from ABC tease that “he is immediately confronted by all of the women.” There have been rumors that Galavis ended up not all that well-liked by the ladies in his season, and it doesn't sound like the “Women Tell All” will necessarily convince fans otherwise.
Kelly Travis, a fan favorite, will end up in tears during the exchange. She opens up about how his recent remarks on gay people hurt her personally, while others lash out as his using the language barrier as an excuse throughout the season. However, at least a couple of women defend him and it may come as a shock that Andi and Sharleen apparently stick up for him.
It doesn't sound like Galavis comes off as all that apologetic. “The Bachelor” spoilers from ABC say that he talks about being an honest person, and that “his honesty hurt some of the ladies if they didn't like his answers.” Some would say that it seems like Juan Pablo just doesn't really get it.
What will fans think when the “Women Tell All” wraps up? He's got plenty of fans who adore him, but he's faced a lot of criticism as well. Tune in to the “WTA” on Monday, March 3 and then the big finale on March 10. Does Juan Pablo Galavis find love this season on ABC's “The Bachelor 2014”?