Looks like the world slapped some sense into him: 'Bachelor' Juan Pablo Galavis is apologizing for homophobic remarks he made on Friday, Jan. 17. And it's a good thing, too -- because some of the comments were pretty ignorant.
'The Bachelor' is pretty much an hour-long lesson in humiliation and failed relationships, and this season is no different. But now the Bachelor himself, Juan Pablo Galavis, is humiliating himself with some really ignorant, borderline homophobic comments from an interview.
On tonight's episode of 'The Bachelor' (Jan. 13), an 'X Factor' alum performed a soulful ballad of his new single for a romantic one-on-one date between bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis and hopeful Clare Crawley. So what song was sung on their date?
The always quick-witted Lena Dunham, the writer and star of HBO's savvy dramedy 'Girls,' was left quipless when she and co-star Allison Williams rubbed elbows with the newest 'Bachelor': Juan Pablo Galavis.
AshLee Frazier from Season 17 of 'The Bachelor' (aka the season of Sean Lowe) shared a picture of herself in her younger years, and thanks to those dark locks, you can barely even tell it's her. Seriously? Are we sure this is even the same person?
'Bachelor' star Gia Allemand tragically took her own life on Aug. 14, and in response to her sudden passing, her close friends and family will be speaking to Dr. Phil on Tuesday, Sept. 10 in a tell-all interview that addresses suicide and suicide prevention.
Former 'Bachelor' contestant Gia Allemand died today (Aug.14) in an apparent suicide after hanging herself. She was admitted to the hospital in New Orleans on Aug. 12 and was listed in critical condition. The gorgeous reality TV star was eventually taken off life support. Her tragic end in…