Now that "The Bachelor" begins a new season, you can wait for more news related to Juan Pablo Galavis and ex-girlfriend Nikki Ferrell. A brand new season related to the former star of "The Bachelor", Juan Pablo Galavis, will show that he finally proposes to one woman, his girlfriend Osmariel Villalobos.
"The Bachelor" Juan Pablo Galavis is all set to get engaged, according to Us Weekly. But the 35-year-old would only ask the question after finalizing the plans. However, sources say that he has already selected the engagement ring. Juan's family and friends all love Osmariel. It was in the last Season 18 that Juan Pablo Galavis and ex-girlfriend Nikki Ferrell were seen. He chose Nikki Ferrell. Still, he did not hand her any ring, and just did not wish that she should be featured on live TV. It made her shift on to the following episode.
The latest news says that on an image of Nikki Farrell's boyfriend, Tyler VanLoo, who kneeled to her, Juan Pablo Galavis and ex-girlfriend, Nicki Ferrell's memories came to the fore. She wrote that she is engaged! She said she could not wait to get married to her best friend, according to E News. She added that she is "Over the moon happy right now!"
Two years ago in November, "The Bachelor" Juan Pablo and Nikki Ferrell said that they were splitting. It followed in a few months after the final episode of their Bachelor TV show. Nikki Ferrell confessed to Life & Style magazine that though they loved each other a lot, yet, in order to come to a certain routine, they needed to compromise. She said that even though it was not clear what the future held for them in their lives, things were just not working out.
Last January, Juan Pablo and Nikki Ferrell repeated a lot of these feelings during the premiere of Season 19 of "The Bachelor." She delved a lot more into the depths with Chris Harrison. She felt that Harrison had been in love with her at some point, but it was too late to take it forward, according to her. She decided that as they were different, they were never going to be "on the same page."