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‘The Bachelor’ 2014 Upcoming Drama: ‘I just don’t care,’ Juan Pablo Says

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“The Bachelor” 2014, season 18 is just one day away and fans are ready for all the drama it typically brings. Juan Pablo Galavis will be this year’s “Bachelor,” the first Latino to take the lead. The single dad is used to some chaos in his life because single parenting is quite a role in itself to juggle.

Will Juan Pablo be as good dealing with the drama on this season of “The Bachelor”? In an interview Juan Pablo gave the International Business Times, whatever drama ensues on the show won’t mean that much to him. In fact, he expects it!

“You always keep that in the back of [your] head but, you know it, it’s just drama,” JP said. “And it’s drama. There was drama with 25 guys in a house. I cannot even imagine 27 girls in a house. So, do I care about their drama? Not at all. I just let them do it. I didn’t care about my drama, in the show. I don’t care about their drama.”

Whomever wants to start trouble in the house, she most likely will get away with it and still win over JP because he could care less what goes on between the women.

“You know, I’m there to meet the women and in a one-on-one basis, you know, you get a chance to talk to all of them and get to know them,” he continued. “So whatever happens in the house, I just don’t care.”

Juan Pablo shared with USA Today what he’s most attracted to in a woman…..dancing!

“That’s one of my biggest turn ons. But in this situation I say to myself, ‘Juan Pablo, not all of them are going to dance. Not all of them will be good dancers, so please don’t let them dance yet. And just get to know them better.’ And that’s how I did it.”

“The Bachelor” 2014 premieres Sun, Jan. 5 at 8 p.m., ET/PT, beginning a special two-night event. The rose ceremony will air Monday, Jan. 6, at 8 p.m.

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