Desperate For Fame! Juan Pablo Seeks Thousands Amid Possible 'Bachelorette' Return

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Mar. 18 2016, Updated 1:54 a.m. ET

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Juan Pablo Galavis' 15 minutes of fame ended when he was dubbed the "worst Bachelor ever" after his controversial season. With the former reality star revealing he might reprise his role on the dating competition, has exclusively learned he may be looking to be rich and famous instead of engaged!

Although the single father's stint on The Bachelor was full of scandals, he has expressed interest in rejoining the show to fight for Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher's heart.

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"I have READ so MANY good things about JoJo in the past WEEKS that if she is the NEXT bachelorette, I MIGHT have to sign up AGAIN…" he tweeted. "I am #TeamJoJo and I have only SEEN her in like 20 pictures on my TWITTER… #SHECUTE."

But Galavis, 35, may not be re-joining the show for the right reasons, as his talent agent revealed his going rate for interviews is between "$7,500 - $10,000!"

The former professional soccer player first appeared on Desiree Hartsock's season of The Bachelorette before becoming The Bachelor a season later. He picked contestant Nikki Ferrell, who he infamously did not propose to on the season finale. The duo joined Couples Therapy before officially splitting in October 2014.

Juan Pablo Galavis

Galavis came under fire for his remarks when asked if the show should cast a gay contestant.

"I don't think it's a good example for kids to watch that on TV," he said in a 2014 interview with Sean Daly. "It's hard, it's hard, it's a very thin line."

Do you think Galavis is considering re-joining the show for fame or love? Tell us in the comments!



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