'Bachelor Women Tell All' Recap: Juan Pablo Gets a Highly Unexpected Break

Bachelor Women Tell All

Damn. Did the claws come out on The Bachelor "Women Tell All" special tonight or what? I mean, we all knew that Juan Pablo Galavis' "ladies" were likely to rip him to pieces as best they could, but these chicks really pulled out all the stops.

And I know that he hasn't exactly been the most tactful dude in the history of the show (which isn't entirely his fault) -- but I gotta say ... these gals really made themselves look like a bunch of whiners.

Yeah, so he doesn't always say things perfectly. (Um ... he barely speaks English. The end.) And he also may have been a little more brutally honest than other Bachelors in the past.

But I know I'm not the only one who thinks these women actually did Juan Pablo a favor tonight. They were such brats that they made him look like the catch of the century.

First of all, I'm gonna go ahead and say it -- Andi Dorfman is in for a rude awakening if she really has been cast as the next Bachelorette. Because duh ... by the middle to end of her season, everyone will wind up turning on her and some dude will throw her under the bus for the sake of landing the next Bachelor gig. (Just like she did with Juan Pablo.) You know what really went down in the fantasy suite? She saw her golden opportunity to be the Bachelorette and she took it. Nothing more, nothing less.

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And as for all of the other women who had a bone to pick with Juan P? Um, who else thinks they are just insanely bitter and jealous that he wasn't feeling it with them? (Don't even get me started on Lauren, the pianist; otherwise, my head might explode.)

To be quite honest, there were only two real women in that room tonight -- Sharleen and Renee. They were mature and gracious. And both of them made sense. Oh, and they said what was on their minds without conforming to the "opinions" all of the other girls "suddenly" have of Juan Pablo. (Funny how most of the other women were all over him until it wasn't cool or socially acceptable to be "into" him. Just sayin'.)

It will be interesting to see if Juan Pablo picks Nikki or Clare next week -- if he even winds up putting a ring on anyone's finger at all. But despite any controversy that surrounds him, HE came off as the genuine and honest person in the room tonight. Those women may have tried to bring him down -- but they only made themselves look like spoiled, attention-hungry brats in the process.

Do you think Juan Pablo is a decent, genuine man?

 

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