Remember all of that talk about Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell wanting to get away from the cameras for a little while in order to have a “private” relationship? Well, that lasted about as long as Andi Dorfman telling him to stop saying “it’s okay” during almost every argument.
A few short months after the end of “The Bachelor,” sources are confirming a Reality Steve report that the two parties are now taking part in the latest season of VH1’s “Couples Therapy.” This is the show that really fame-hungry reality stars go on typically to improve and save their relationships, and they are not the first couple from this franchise to take part in it. Prior to their breakup, Vienna Girardi and Kacey Kahl also did the show. We don’t really see the benefit in signing on here outside of the money. Not only are you exposing your relationship to everyone, but things get much uglier and more descriptive here than they ever do on “The Bachelor.” The idea of Juan Pablo and Nikki on here is, shall we say, not so okay. It comes across more as desperate.
Then again, Juan Pablo probably thought that he was going to be getting way more time and fame out of being “The Bachelor.” During the “After the Final Rose” following his season he strongly inferred that he was asked at one point to be on “Dancing with the Stars,” but that sentiment changed after producers saw how negatively he was perceived by most Americans. This show pays a pretty hefty salary, and would have given him a way bigger platform than a VH1 series (even with repeats).
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