If you think that Juan Pablo Galavis’ season of “The Bachelor” had been pretty dramatic to this point, here is some more news for you: It’s only going to get even crazier from here on out, courtesy of some of the insanity that we witness in the dates, and with the conversations that various women have to our leading man.
Show host Chris Harrison was the recipient of the weekly conference call with reporters this time around, and while he did not necessarily say that this season has lived up to its pre-season potential and hype, he suggested that things moving forward are very night and day when it comes to comparing this show to the one starring Sean Lowe last year:
“From here on out, the goodbyes are brutal. He cares deeply for all of these women…there’s a lot more crying. He’s an emotional man. He wears his heart on his sleeve—good, bad, ugly. The rest of these goodbyes are brutal, whether it’s a woman making the decision or he’s making the decisions, it’s tough. This is not the Sean Lowe, just cruse right into the harbor, smooth-sailing happy ending kind of show.”
What’s sort of interesting about that comment is that Harrison seems to be almost suggesting that one of the women remaining ends up leaving on her own accord. Who could it be? The easy guess is Andi Dorfman, mostly thanks to the sneak peek that they showed after the episode Monday night with her and Juan Pablo fighting after the hometown dates.
By the end of next week, you should at least have a much greater idea of what is coming up thanks to the simple fact that there are two episodes that are airing. The “Women Tell All” will be the following week, and then, we’re at the end of the season.
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