Bachelor: Women Tell All Recap: Juan Pablo Gets Grilled By Andi, Called Out For Anti-Gay Comments
Before he entered, many of the girls bashed the soccer player for not being genuine, never asking them questions about themselves and appearing to be superficial.
They also slammed Juan Pablo for blaming Clare for their sexy romp in Vietnam.
Sharleen explained why she left the show early, saying, “I knew he wasn’t the one for me ultimately… We just didn’t get each other completely.”
She said they really only had a “physical connection.”
But Sharleen defended Juan Pablo against the other girls saying he never asked them questions, telling Chris Harrison, “I found him to be very curious… I thought he was very kind to me.”
Renee also stuck up for the Bachelor, saying their time together was “sweet and romantic.”
She seemed to confirm rumors that she’s now engaged, but wouldn’t reveal the identity of the man.
Andi then opened up about her disastrous night in the Fantasy Suite with Juan Pablo.
The lawyer shared, “It was all about him. I felt like he was being extremely negative about the whole process [of the show].”
Andi claimed Juan Pablo called her his “default” and even talked about his overnight date with Clare.
She revealed that she’s still looking for that “great love,” adding weight to the rumors she’s set to be the next “Bachelorette.”
Finally, it was time for Juan Pablo to come out and face the women.
Cassandra ripped him for meeting Renee’s son when he likely knew she wasn’t going to be the one, and a number of the other women told him it wasn’t fair that he favored the single moms on the show.
Juan Pablo stuck by his behavior and said he didn’t regret any of his actions.
Andi told him, “We all came here looking for a husband. Very seldom did you use the word wife, and I don’t know if it’s you weren’t looking for a wife… and I think a lot of us are on the same page as far as you not really taking the time to get to know us.”
Juan Pablo defended himself, saying, “I wouldn’t waste my time… At the end of the day, I took this very seriously. It is what it is.”
Kelly then called him out for saying that gay people were “more pervert” in a controversial interview, breaking down in tears because one of her parents is gay.
The Bachelor claimed his comments were “taken out of context,” telling Kelly, “I love gay people. They were born that way.”
The Bachelor finale airs next Monday.