No, Arie Luyendyk, Jr. But he comes close. Could this have been anyone else? While many were initially delighted when Galavis was announced as the first Latino Bachelor back in , things quickly deteriorated. It was only downhill from there. Fans frequently complained about how boring Arie — and thus the season — was, and how it was unclear what Luyendyk actually wanted.
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But these images … just make me feel … SAD. Get over it and grow the hell up. If Zoe plays the part well—What difference does it make. You really do not understand hundreds of years fighting for identity? And that goes across the board for all ethnic races; to the time when Native Indians were only portrayed by whites. You need to read, learn and understand history. I totally agree with you Dawn.
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This season was disappointing. After what feels like an endless amount of seasons, the " Bachelor " franchise has an established, rock-solid formula: one questionably "desirable" Nick Viall? Juan Pablo?