The Bachelor is a strange little world, filled with every slice of gal you could find in the United States. Represented are the party girls, intellectuals, dental hygienists, and villains of the world — not to mention every type in between. While it’s easy to cheer for the nice gal, some guys pick the one America would’ve preferred they dismissed.

On Season 16, Ben Flajnik ignored the caution of his other contestants, picking model Courtney Robertson who was famous for calling the other girls names, instead of universally adored horse-lover Lindzi Cox. On Season 14, Jake Pavelka chose the fairly unpopular Vienna Girardi over bubbly sweetheart Tenley Molzahn. On Season 17, Sean had a strange affinity for Tierra LiCausi that didn’t make sense for everyone who saw her act out when he wasn’t around. America was baffled.

Credit: Rick Rowell/ABC Television Group © 2013 Disney Photo: Juan Pablo and Nikki Ferrell at The Bachelor Season 18 Premiere Cocktail Party

But as we head into Juan Pablo Galavis’s season, Reality Steve cautions us that we may have another one of these situations on our hands. According to the spoiler guru, JPG picks Nikki Ferrell, a pediatric nurse who seems sweet to Juan Pabs, but is actually a total diva in the house. While we have yet to see this play out, the Bachelor of the moment spoke to reporters on a conference call, and his answer to some questions make it sound a lot like this could be the reality.

“I don’t like tattle-tellers, you know,” he says, adorably, in response to
Reality TV World’s question about choosing the villain. “If they wanted to tell me something, I was like, ‘Whatever.’ I don’t pay attention to that. And at the end, whatever they say or whatever happened or not, it just doesn’t matter to me. I don’t care what people say, you know? I just care about what I say and what I feel and how I feel.”

While we respect his attitude of not giving a care about what everyone else has to say, we hope everything turns out as great as it should for such a wonderful guy.

What do you think about Juan Pablo Galavis possibly ending up with the “villain” of his season? Weigh in with your thoughts below!

Sources: Reality Steve, Reality TV World


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