If you’re a huge fan of Juan Pablo . . . well, the one of you may want to look away. With this season of ‘The Bachelor’ coming to an end, I could not be happier that for the first time ever, Andi told it like it was.
Not that I ever promote being rude, but when Andi Dorfman told off Juan Pablo after the Fantasy Suite date on The Bachelor, it was exactly what he needed to hear — and what all the other girls are thinking.
Andi Fighting Juan Pablo Actually Worked
ICYMI, on the Feb. 25 episode of The Bachelor, Andi spent the night with JuanPabs and woke up feeling all sorts of off — after he spent the whole night talking about himself, and about his one-on-one with Clare.
To be honest, I can’t believe it took this long for someone to call him out on his obsession with himself. . . or his obsession with the phrase, “It’s ok.”
On Twitter, some people felt that when Andi called him out on his language, she was attacking the fact that he doesn’t speak good English. That wasn’t the case, at all. He knew what “default” meant so clearly she wasn’t making fun of him for that.
His answer to everything was “it’s ok” or “it’s fine.” His emotions didn’t come through which made it come off that he didn’t care, at all. (Later, she mocked that phrase on Instagram!)
And maybe he doesn’t. She called him out on the fact that he knew nothing about her — and she proved it when he didn’t even know that she was Jewish. He responded by saying that if she wanted to talk about serious things, she should have told him. Well, when you’re on a show like that where a proposal could happen after three weeks, you would think that talking about serious, meaningful things during the last week would be a good idea.
Oh, I forgot that he does want to talk about serious things like kids . . . if it’s about his daughter, Camila. Otherwise, forget it.
JuanPabs Talking About Clare Wasn’t Cool
Another thing that really upset Andi was the fact that he told her he had already had his overnight date with Clare.
She is well aware that there are two other women left. It’s already uncomfortable enough to know that he’s making out with other women, and of course she probably was wondering whether or not he had spent the night with any other girls, but for him to tell her? Not cool.
I know, calling him an a–hole wasn’t exactly the nicest thing to say… but it got the point across! He thought that by saying “I’m just being honest” over and over again, it would make everything okay. But she’s right — you don’t have to be rude to be honest. If she had asked if he stayed the night with Clare, OK, but she didn’t. Come on! Plus, while she was talking about how hard it’s been figuring out her feelings for him, he once again made it about him — he was the one trying to figure out his feelings for many other women. Poor JuanPabs.
At the end of the day, Andi was the first of the season and possibly of the series to call him out on what every other girl had said — all he every talked about was Juan Pablo. And, how long can that go on?
Alright HollywoodLifers, let me know what you think about Andi going off on JuanPabs. Too much or just enough?
— Emily Longeretta