Many men have graced the title of leading man as the bachelor and we remember them all! We’ve grown attached to each and every one of them for some reason or another. It takes a lot to make a good season of The Bachelor including entertaining and likable contestants to fun dates, but most of all an intriguing lead that the audience can cheer on. Personality goes a long way on The Bachelor, so take a look at our ranking of The Bachelor leads:
23. Juan Pablo Galavis – Season 18
From most loved to most hated, Juan Pablo is someone that makes this list for his epic fall from grace! Fans adored the Venezuelan single dad when he originally appeared in Desiree’s season of The Bachelorette, and the show’s producers were overwhelmed by the amount of demand for the man who said very little to play the important role of the bachelor on the upcoming season. Juan Pablo was The Bachelor’s first Hispanic-American to take on the role, but his admiration and good fortune did not last long! It would seem that it was his tight-lips that made people fall for him to begin with. Once he opened his mouth on The Bachelor, fans were aghast by the amount of disrespect he showed to many of the female contestants vying for his heart. The end of the season was a disaster! Andi Dorfman broke up with him after spending a horrific evening in the fantasy suite with Juan Pablo, and Clare Crawley tore into him after he rejected her. When Juan Pablo appeared on the After the Final Rose episode with his chosen lady, Nikki Ferrell, he dropped jaws when he refused to say he loved her. What happened to our suave Latin lover? What a bust!