He says it all started out well enough but suggests that his unwillingness to “change who I was” during filming impacted how it all worked out.
“I remember my first meeting with the four executives and how excited they were, saying, “That’s exactly what I want, you to be you.” Filming was great – but I did wear my boxing gloves. Nothing in this situation was going to make me change who I was, what I wanted and what I said, unless some words were misused or misunderstood (me and ‘my little package’ is a great example), which happened a lot during two months of filming,” he writes in his People magazine blog.
Juan Pablo thanked the show’s staff and crew, with a telling shout out to his stylists “for always making me look good.”
Very noticeably absent from his comments though was The Bachelor host Chris Harrison, who as Radar reported, openly clashed with Juan Pablo.
Harrison thought Harrison was “rude” and called the way the show ended “confusing” and “unsatisfying” for the show’s fans.
“For him to come out and give nothing, and I mean nothing, I thought it was kind of unsatisfying to her. It was unsatisfying to our fans, and it was confusing because I know he does feel something,,” Harrison said.