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‘The Bachelorette’ spoilers 2014 premiere: Juan Pablo, Andi Dorfman meet again

Juan Pablo Galavis returns in front of the cameras to give Andi Dorfman advice?
Juan Pablo Galavis returns in front of the cameras to give Andi Dorfman advice?
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Juan Pablo Galavis makes a very shocking return to ABC and “The Bachelorette” on the season premiere. The reality star who has got to be one of the most hated celebrities in the world (at least right now) is going to be making a cameo on the premiere to offer advice to Andi Dorfman. The shocking revelation was announced by Life & Style magazine on Thursday and fans have not been thrilled at the idea of seeing Juan Pablo again.

While some fans are worried that the issues of the last season of “The Bachelor” might come up again, rest assured that the show wants much more of Andi Dorfman and as little of Juan as they can get away with showing. Apparently, the only reason he is looking at being on the show is to give Andi advice and the taping of the moment when the two talk might be aired for the premiere.

Fans are definitely going to be screaming at the television for Andi Dorfman to ignore all advice that Juan gives. It’s going to be the first (and natural) response after the reality star has such a difficult season last time and nobody wants to see him taint Andi’s odds in finding true love.

Of course it is worth noting that Juan’s return offers up a reason to remember why everyone is cheering Andi on. Hoping to find a guy that will respect the reality star, Andi is a catch and Juan was too busy looking for fame to even notice her.

There are few reality stars who are as despised like Juan Pablo. His image on the screen again is going to invoke serious emotions by the ladies around the country. We wish him luck on his decision to give free advice on the new season as he is going to need it.

“The Bachelorette” 2014 season premiere debuts on May 19. Tune in to ABC to see all the action surrounding Andi Dorfman.

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