Long running U.S. TV series "The Bachelor" is scheduled to make a return on Jan. 5, 2014 with its eighteenth installment on the channel ABC. The much awaited show of 2014 is set to feature 32 year-old soccer player Juan Pablo Galavis. And putting up a battle against each other to claim Juan Pablo's love are some 27 contestants. But even before the show is premiered, The Bachelor U.S. Season 18 (2014) finalists and winner is revealed. Continue to read to find out. (Spoilers Alert!)
The Bachelor U.S. Season 18 (2014) Winner Name Leaked: Who Juan Pablo Picks (Spoilers)
As it has been observed in the history of the ABC's show "The Bachelor," winner names are likely to get leaked before the show. But this time the revelation has come even before the premiere of the Juan Pablo Galavis' Season 18 (2014) of "The Bachelor."
The revelation has come through Reality Steve who has spilled the spoilers about the entire upcoming installment of The Bachelor U.S. Season 18 (2014). (Major spoilers ahead.) RealitySteve has revealed the three finalists and the winner on his blog realitysteve.com. It is an episode-by-episode spoilers' guide that he has compiled in his blog.
According to RealitySteve, the three finalists of The Bachelor Season 18 (2014) will be Andi Dorfman, Clare Crawley and Nikki Farrell as selected by the bachelor of the season Juan Pablo Galavis.
Andi Dorfman is 26 year-old federal prosecutor from Atlanta, Gerogia. Clare Crawley is a 32 year-old hairstylist from Sarcramento, California and Nikki Farrell is a pediatric nurse from Kearney, Missouri.
The Bachelor U.S. Season 18 (2014) Winner (Spoilers)
According to Reality Steve's spoilers blog, Juan Pablo Galavis had to pick from Nikki Farrell and Clare Crawley. This happens as Andi Dorfman decides to leave the show. It is pointed out that eventually he picks up Nikki Farrell, the 26 year-old female from Kearney as the winner of The Bachelor U.S. Season 18 (2014). And according to Wetpaint report, Nikki Farrell does get a rose in the rose ceremony by Juan Pablo but shockingly the winner doesn't get a proposal.
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