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Who Won 'The Bachelor' 2014? Did Juan Pablo Choose Clare or Nikki?!

Who Won 'The Bachelor' 2014? Did Juan Pablo Choose Clare or Nikki?!


The eighteenth season of The Bachelor has just wrapped up and Juan Pablo Galavis has given out his final rose!

His final two women were hairstylist Clare Crawley and nurse Nikki Ferrell in a season full of controversy with Juan Pablo‘s anti-gay comments and the recent use of the word retard on Twitter.

In case you didn’t know, Juan Pablo‘s journey started as a contestant on the previous season of The Bachelorette, on which he was sent home by Desiree Hartsock in the early rounds of the show.

Click inside to find out who received the final rose on The Bachelor finale


After dumping her at the final rose ceremony, Clare told Juan Pablo that she “would never want my children having a father like you.” He had told her the last night he had seen her that he could see himself living in Sacramento with her and having children together. She felt disrespected that he would say those things if he wasn’t planning on choosing her. Once Clare walked away, Juan Pablo said to himself “I’m glad I didn’t pick her.”

When Nikki came to the rose ceremony, Juan Pablo told her that he does not want to let her go, but that he is not ready to propose. He asked her to accept his final rose, and she accepted.

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