During the final rose ceremony of The Bachelor, there were presumably at least two women disappointed with Juan Pablo Galavis: Clare Crawley, who he didn’t pick, and Nikki Ferrell, who he did—although he neglected to propose, give her a ring or even say, “I love you.”
But another former Bachelor, Sean Lowe, is slamming JP for letting down even more people—all of Bachelor nation!
The newlywed reality star clarified some of his statements after fans called him out for saying it was “painful to watch” Bachelor host Chris Harrison’s attempts to make Juan Pablo say those three small words.
“My take on last night: I commend JP on not proposing if he isn’t ready,” he Tweeted on March 11. “And he certainly shouldn’t feel pressure to say, ‘I love you.’ Lastly, disrespecting the nicest man in show business [Chris Harrison] should be a crime. That’s my take. Wish them nothing but happiness.”
My take on last night: I commend JP on not proposing if he isn't ready. And he certainly shouldn't feel pressured to say "I love you".— Sean Lowe (@SeanLowe09) March 11, 2014
Lastly, disrespecting the nicest guy in show business @chrisbharrison should be a crime. That's my take. Wish them nothing but happiness.— Sean Lowe (@SeanLowe09) March 11, 2014
However, the outspoken 30-year-old didn’t end his rant there, and blasted the Pabster for not being open with his legion of fans.
“However, as the Bachelor you can’t say I want to keep my feelings private,” he wrote on Twitter. “You owe it to the fans and network to open up. That’s the job.”
However, as the bachelor you can't say I want to keep my feelings private. You owe it to the fans and network to open up. That's the job.— Sean Lowe (@SeanLowe09) March 11, 2014
Of course, Sean knows more than a thing or two about happily ever after.
The Texas native and his Bachelor pick, Catherine Giudici, said “I do!” during a televised special in January.
Meanwhile, Juan Pablo has been busy proving to the world that his feelings for Nikki are real via Instagram pictures and cheesy videos.
Yet for some reason… we’re just not convinced.
JP—let’s just say your definition of love got lost in translation!