Juan Pablo Galavis, who kicks off his journey for love on The Bachelor Sunday, says he has no hard feelings about being dumped on The Bachelorette.
In fact, he'd even invite Desiree Hartsock to his wedding ... under one condition.
"Well, I'll see if she invites me to her wedding first, and she doesn't invite me, then I'll think about it ... maybe I won't invite her," Juan Pablo stated.
"But I think [Chris Harrison] will invite me," the hunk added.
"So, yes, I'll invite them of course. Why not, you know?"
Will there even be a wedding in JPG's future? The Bachelor spoilers offer insight on that subject, but it looks all but certain that Des will wed in 2014.
Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried got engaged at the end of The Bachelorette last summer, when Juan Pablo was never a serious threat to win.
He was a fan favorite to be The Bachelor, though, which says a lot about his appeal ... and Desiree's choice in men who made it far on the show.
As the first Latino Bachelor, he says that despite the tradition of others before him, he looks at dating a little bit differently because of his background.
"I'm Venezuelan and I'm so different [than] Americans. I don't even worry about first dates, second date, third dates," the 32-year-old star explained.
"I kiss on the second date, because I wanted to kiss her in the first date. Because I want to do dinner and then we do this and ... no ... You know, I am just more natural than in the States."
He added that it was fun for him and the ladies during filming because of his culture: "I am the bachelor, and I am a Latino, and obviously it's going to be me."
"So, there's going to be a lot of Latino things. A lot of food, a lot of dancing, a lot of stuff. I'm going to tell you, it's going to be so different that you're going to love it."
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