Bachelor Juan Pablo's Obscene Comment to Clare Crawley, Celebs React to His Pick: Top Stories
Bachelormania! Following the shocking finale of The Bachelor, Juan Pablo Galavis dominated today's top stories. From the obscene comment he made to contestant Clare Crawley to celebrity reactions to his pick, here are the top stories:
Yep, Clare Crawley dodged a bullet. Several bullets! On the Monday, March 10 season 18 finale of The Bachelor, Juan Pablo Galavis passed on Crawley, 32, in favor of pediatric nurse Nikki Ferrell -- although the not-so-charming former soccer stud declined to propose to Ferrell, 26, or even tell her "I love you."
She got the final rose, but not the ring! Juan Pablo Galavis chose Nikki Ferrell over Clare Crawley on the Monday, March 10 finale of the Bachelor Season 18. The 32-year-old Venezuelan-born single dad wasn't ready to propose to Nikki, however, and instead asked the 26-year-old pediatric nurse if she would simply accept his final rose.
So, they DIDN'T have the time of their lives? Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez clearly can't make up their minds about the status of their relationship. After quietly reuniting at a Starbucks in Texas late last week -- and then more publicy on Monday during a SXSW event in Austin, where Bieber serenaded his erstwhile love -- Bieber, 20, offered up the biggest social media clue yet this year. Late Monday, March 10, the "Boyfriend" singer shared a homemade video on Instagram in which he and Gomez, 21, did some dirty dancing in front of a mirror to John Legend's "Ordinary People."
Don't cancel this marriage just yet! Smash star Katharine McPhee unintentionally kicked up a major scandal last fall, when the the singer-actress, 29, was photographed making out with Michael Morris -- despite the fact that both McPhee and Morris were married to other people.
Juan Pablo Galavis isn't letting his haters get the best of him. The Season 18 Bachelor -- some say the worst ever -- shared a very telling message via Instagram following backlash he endured after his finale on Monday, March 10.