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‘The Bachelor’ 2014 Update: Juan Pablo Might Propose to Winner on “ATFR”

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Will Juan Pablo Galavis propose to “The Bachelor” 2014 winner? According to the latest news that sources have provided Reality Steve, ABC really wants to see Juan Pablo propose to the woman he chooses in the end.

WARNING: In case you don’t want to know who wins “The Bachelor,” stop reading now. Some major spoilers are involved in this article.

For those who have paid close attention to spoilers all season-long, Juan Pablo picks Nikki Ferrell at the end of “The Bachelor.” In two weeks the finale in St. Lucia airs and fans will see for themselves how the show wraps.

Although Nikki wins over Juan Pablo in the end, she doesn’t do it enough to get a ring from him. In fact, it’s unclear if the two are still even together at this point. Juan Pablo hasn’t exactly been conducting himself like a man who is seriously involved with a woman. He’s been in the tabloids at basketball games and linked with singer Mayra Veronica.

Aside from all the gossip and speculation, Reality Steve blogged that ABC has put an offer on the table. They are offering Juan Pablo a certain sum of money to propose to Nikki Ferrell on “After the Final Rose” broadcast March 10th following “The Bachelor” finale. It’ll be interesting to see if he goes through with it or not. Juan Pablo is suspected to have accepted being this season’s “Bachelor” because he craves publicity and fame.

Will Juan Pablo and Nikki Ferrell get married and are they still a couple?

“The Bachelor” 2014 finale and “After the Final Rose” will air March 10th on ABC.

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