Whoa. Thank GOD tonight's episode of The Bachelor took place in one of the most gorgeous corners of the world -- otherwise I probably would've been in bed a half hour ago.
Uhhhhhh ... New Zealand kicks ass. But Juan Pablo Galavis? As sexy as he is, I'm just not convinced he a.) has a clue what he's doing with these chicks, and b.) is really as ready to find true love and a wife and all that jazz as he says he is.
Because if he were really as in tune with the remaining ladies as he claims to be, he probably would've caught onto the fact that not everyone is buying what he's selling. Like Sharleen Joynt.
OMG. Stop hating on Sharleen, people! Yes, she's totally different from any other woman who has ever been on any season of The Bachelor -- but that's what I dig about her. She's truly in this thing to see whether or not Juan Pablo is right for her, and if he's not? Well, you heard her. She plans on getting the hell outta Dodge next week if the two of them don't have a genuine connection in Miami.
But if she does decide he's not her cup of tea? Well, that'll level the playing field a bit. Oh come on, if Sharleen really drops the ball and goes home next week if she's not "feelin'" Juan Pablo -- he'll hopefully understand a bit better how easily someone's feelings can get hurt. Like when he shamed Clare. Or when he dumped Cassandra on her birthday for no apparent reason. Or when he sent Kat packing because of her daddy issues.
And if Sharleen does leave on her own accord -- she just may scar him for life. He's into her. But he has no idea that she's on to him.
Sorry Juan Pabs, you're so freakin' hot it hurts and I'm quite sure 99 percent of the female population in this country can't resist you -- but I think you're about to get a rude awakening as far as the remaining weeks are concerned. There are only so many times you can say, "I like you and I want you to be here ..." before some of these chicks wise up and call your bluff.
Do you think Sharleen will eliminate herself?
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