AceShowbiz - "The Bachelor" alum Jual Pablo Galavis has apparently a lot to share. Juan, who starred in season 18 of the long-running ABC series, revealed to his Twitter followers that he's considering to publish a tell-all book about his experience on "The Bachelor".
"Should I write a BOOK telling EVERYTHING about my experience on The Bachelor like EVERYBODY?" he wrote on the micro-blogging site on January 21. "Or its better if @fleissmeister INVITES me to a LIVE show to talk about it? Thoughts?" Another fan added, "Oh no no you're good dude. We totally forgot about you. Thank you though!!"
Bachelor Nation then flooded his replies with their thoughts, which mostly were not in favor of his idea. "Iss okay... I think we can all go without," one user responded.
Iss okay... I think we can all go without— Haley Johnson (@Haley_Nicole_23) January 21, 2019
Oh no no you’re good dude. We totally forgot about you. Thank you though!!— ck (@CHEESELOUISE_) January 21, 2019
"Thank u, next," a Bachelor Nation simply wrote, referring to Ariana Grande's hit song. Poking fun of his limited screen time, one other sarcastically said, "A book, @JuanPaGalavis -- if you go on TV, you know producers will edit out the real stories."
Thank u, next.— joscelyn kelly (@joskelly_) January 22, 2019
A book, @JuanPaGalavis — if you go on TV, you know producers will edit out the real stories. 👀— Plotkarazzo (@Plotkarazzo) January 21, 2019
Not everyone was being unsupportive, though. Josh Murray, whose proposal accepted by Juan's ex Andi Dorfman in the 2014 finale, liked his tweet about the potential book.
Juan is arguably the least favorite Bachelor after he opted not to propose to Nikki Ferrell. In addition, the former soccer player gained the rep as a total player during his season.
Juan is currently married to Osmariel Villalobos, a former Miss Earth Venezuela. The couple, who started dating in 2016, tied the knot in August 2017 in an intimate ceremony in Miami. Donning a lace Alejandro Fajardo gown, Osmariel called the wedding a "dream come true."