Juan Pablo Galavis Clears the Air on "Good Morning America"
Its seems as though "The Bachelor" contestant Juan Pablo Galavis can't help but land himself in hot water this season, so he made a trip to "Good Morning America" on Monday (February 10) to try to clear the air.
The hunky Venezuelan first ruffled feathers last month when he said that a gay Bachelor would be "more pervert" and not set a good example for children.
Explaining the situation to host George Stephanopoulos, Juan Pablo said, "It was a misuse of a word...Like I said, people don't understand. It's been hard because, to me, when I speak English, it happened to me through two months of filming, sometimes the words that I used were not interpreted the way that they should be interpreted, or I used a wrong word. So I will go on my phone, Google and find the right word, and do it that way."
The 32-year-old said he spoke with GLAAD about the issue and they "made sense" with one another.
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