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'The Bachelor' finale: Juan Pablo's reputation tanks, but did he get the girl?

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“The Bachelor” Juan Pablo Galavis stopped at the MGM Grand wedding chapel over the weekend as he and two buddies went to Las Vegas ahead of “The Bachelor” finale episode. The trio went to see Jorge Linares and Hihito Arakawa’s boxing match.

Juan Pablo is expected to propose to one of the girls in the season finale, but it remains to be seen if either of the women will take his hand in marriage. He isn't the best catch to come down the pike as he has a lot of behaviors that many women find abrasive.

Ace Showbiz reports on March 10, that Juan Pablo posted photos of himself with boxer Linares and it looks like it was taken in the boxer’s dressing room. He got the honor of standing in the ring when Linare’s name was announced. This sounds more like a promotion for "The Bachelor" than it does a sports outing.

This bachelor has the reputation of being “the worst bachelor ever for his controversial comments and actions,” reports Ace Showbiz today. The man somehow does not seem to have that filter, the one most people have that changes only appropriate thoughts into words to share.

He acts as if that filter is missing. His recent retweet ridiculing people who have diminished intellectual capacity was atrocious. It said:

“Not every flower can save love, but a rose can. Not every plant survives thirst, but a cactus can. Not every r*****d can read, but look at you go, little buddy!"

"Today you should take a moment and send an encouraging message to a f**ked up friend, just as I've done. I don't care if you lick windows, or interfere with farm animals. You hang in there cup cake, you're f**king special to me, you're my friend, look at you smiling at your phone!"

Juan Pablo once again used the excuse that his lack of understanding of the English language somehow puts him in the position where he messes up the real meaning of what he is trying to say. That excuse has gotten old and the folks behind the scenes at “The Bachelor” probably should have gotten this guy a translator or at least someone who could go over his posts before he puts them on social network.

It is hard to imagine that the girls left over from this process of elimination would say “yes” to a marriage proposal from this guy. Juan Pablo will take both Clare and Nikki at separate times to meet his family before he makes his final decision. Maybe that will be their cue to run as far away as they can get from this guy.

Besides there's always a chance for one of them to score "The Bachelorette" where they can pick their man of their dreams! “The Bachelor” three-hour finale airs tonight on ABC. The show starts at 8 p.m. E.T.

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