Next week the ladies get to bring home Juan Pablo, but he decided he was already ready for Nikki to meet his daughter. However, wouldn’t it have been smarter to wait and introduce the woman he chooses, instead of just one of the four women he’s been kissing?
While the big news on the Feb. 17 episode of The Bachelor was that Sharleen headed home, the more shocking part of the show was that Juan Pablo Galavis decided that he wanted to introduce Nikki Ferrell to his daughter . . . and his ex. A little soon for that, don’t you think?
Juan Pablo, Nikki Shouldn’t Have Met Camila Yet
Juan Pablo brought Nikki on quite the date — with this entire family. However, as a single parent you would think he would wait until the woman he was with was a serious girlfriend before introducing her to his 7-year-old daughter, Camila.
Instead, he decided to bring her to his daughter’s recital and introduce her to his daughter, his parents and his ex, Carla Rodriguez. Carla is Camila’s mother so it was no surprise she was at the recital too, but it must have been super uncomfortable for Nikki!
We’ve got to give her props for sure — she held it together well after he sprung the news on her. Meeting the parents, the ex, and the daughter all in one date is a big pill to swallow. It’s actually more like a bottle of pills.
By introducing her though, it made her feel entitled, which may have led to her ego being a bit inflated later on in the episode — but who could blame her? She was the first and only to meet Camila and Carla, so she obviously feels like she’s the front runner.
Juan Pablo, It’s Not Fair To Camila
But we’re wondering what the heck Juan Pablo was thinking. We get it — he really likes Nikki. But when you’re hooking up with and dating four girls, telling all of them how crazy you are about each one of them, and sharing really intimate moments with multiple a day, bringing one home to meet the family doesn’t seem like the best idea.
The bigger picture behind this all is Camila, who Juan Pablo has called the most important person in his life. He even stopped hooking up with all the women because he had a daughter and thought it was inappropriate.
So, you would think he wouldn’t want to introduce her to just anyone, especially when he could end up with any of the other four girls (or none for them for that matter).
Do you agree with me, HollywoodLifers? Do you think it was too soon for Juan Pablo to introduce Nikki to his daughter, his parents and his ex?
— Emily Longeretta
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