Retired soccer player/gene pool winner is the next Bachelor

Before I dive into this awesome article, I just want to say that I used to watch the Bachelor/Bachelorette up until this season. Therefore I had no clue who the guys were or any of that mess… I got a text from my mom last night telling me that “the next Bachelor is your dream guy!” I didn’t think much of it at the time because my dream guy is any man with an accent who has straight teeth and can kick a soccer ball. Not much competition right? I texted my mom back “that’s nice” and curiosity got the best of me. I had to look this guy up to see what the fuss was about. Low and behold I laid eyes upon the gene pool winner, Juan Pablo Galavis (Juan Pablo for short). You might recognize him from our Midweek Muscles post two weeks ago!

Not only is this guy gorgeous, he has an accent and knows how to play soccer. WINNER WINNER. Juan’s first time meeting Des (the bachelorette) he taught her how to play soccer and it was adorably awesome. The Venezuelan hunk was a pro soccer player at Miami FC before he retired in 2008 so that he could stay in Miami with his daughter. Des sent Juan Pablo home in episode six, and the ladies of America wanted more. He is now the new bachelor and you can catch his season starting in January! Enough of the talking, let’s get to the good stuff.

Look at that face. I mean HELLO.

Look at that face. I mean HELLO.

Yeah, that face? Something that Greek gods wish they had because it’s perfection.

HAHA NOPE. He's ruining my life.

HAHA NOPE. He’s ruining my life.

Don’t even get me started on his body, it’s like a freaking sauna up in here.



HAHAHA NO. Too much to handle. He is dressed like a cowboy. And those chaps? Nope. DONE.


Hello there beautiful.


He may have retired from soccer, but he will never retire from having a place in my heart.

Juan Pablo! All the ladies at Aerys wish you the best of luck on The Bachelor… If you don’t find love just let us know, I’m pretty sure one of our writers will be more than happy to help you out. (*cough* ME *cough*)

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