'The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons - Ever!': Why did Andi Dorfman say Juan Pablo Galavis had an a**hole gene?
'The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons - Ever! is airing the ultimate episode of its first-ever season. The show was devised as a summer replacement for the 'Bachelorette' that was postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that had forced production on a number of series to be shut. With a sense of normalcy regaining, the show has once again gone on the floor and is ready to start airing from October 13. There's still more than a month to go for that, however, 'Greatest Seasons' has not announced any new episodes and in an hour from now will air a recap of Juan Pablo Galavis's 'Bachelor' season in a three-hour episode.
Pablo started out as this charmer who could do no wrong but as the season advanced, all of that changed. When we talk about the season, his breakup with Andi Dorfman can't be overlooked after which his infamous mantra "it's okay" gained massive popularity. However, Andi was not ready to let it go and she penned a tell-all memoir titled 'It's Not Okay' in which she bashed Pablo. Here's what happened.
Andi had spent a night with him in the fantasy suite and the date was such a "disaster" that she woke up the next morning feeling completely different about him. "Waking up this morning I could not wait to get out of the fantasy suite. The fantasy suite turned into a nightmare," she said in the episode after she met Pablo. "I saw a side to him that I didn't really like. The whole night was a disaster." When they finally met (as seen in the video above) Andi confronted him about what happened the previous night, all Pablo had to offer was "it's okay" which left her fuming. She lashed out at him saying she left behind family and friends, a job, missed weddings and other things. "I did that all willingly. I put myself out there, it's not OK. ... You saying it's OK comes off as you not having feelings," she told him but Pablo didn't have anything to offer to her and Andi pulled herself out of the show.
So what exactly had happened in the fantasy suite? Andi revealed in her tell-all memoir titled 'It's Not Okay' and branding conversations with him as 'dull' was not the only thing she said about him. "Unfortunately, he also had the a**hole gene and in my opinion was one of the most narcissistic humans I had ever met," she said about him, according to The Hollywood Gossip. "Narcissistic and ungrateful," are a few choice adjectives she used for him in the book. "He was honest to the point of offensive, entitled to the point of elitism and pompous to the point of disgust," she said.
On what happened on the date and why she dumped him shortly after, she said, "He blasted Ray Jay and R Kelly all night long and showed me dozens of videos of his old soccer highlights on YouTube." She later continued, "All there was was the realization that I was nothing more than a pretty object he had no intentions of liking, let alone loving, and thus no amount of free travel was enticing enough to stay any longer."
'The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons - Ever!' airs Mondays at 8 pm on ABC.