You want drama? Ay, ay, ay. Miami Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis and Nicki Ferrell aren’t done with the cameras yet. The Miami resident and his gal-pal see if they can make it to the altar — or at the very least, the same city — when they appear on VH1’s Couples Therapy, premiering 9 p.m. Wednesday.
In a preview of the show, tears flow from both sides. Ferrell, a Kansas City, Missouri-based pediatric nurse complains to marriage and family therapist Dr. Jenn Berman that the ABC matchmaking show made their relationship look “pretty,” but things are not as they seem.
Galavis, for his part, maintains that he still cannot say he the “L” word to Ferrell.
“I don’t love her yet because that’s something more important for Latin people,” said the Miami resident who reportedly still lives at home. “It’s a different culture.”
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Are these two doomed? Or are they just extending their minutes?
British model Emily Ratajkowski first caught our attention last year in Robin Thicke’s risque Blurred Lines video. Since then, the dark-haired beauty set her sights on the film industry, and will play Ben Affleck’s mistress in the upcoming buzzed about Gone Girl. Of her part she says, “Some viewers are going to think, ‘I see why he was cheating on his wife: Not only was he unhappy, he has this sweet, beautiful girl that totally loves him.’ And then a lot of women are going to go, ‘That little slut!’”
Ratajkowski, 23, will be the belle of Ocean Drive’s VIP ball Sunday night at the Rec Room when the glossy celebrates the annual fall issue. Yep, she’s the cover.
A sad email was sent out Friday morning: “It is with heavy hearts that we announce that Joan Rivers performance scheduled for the Coral Springs Center for the Arts Jan. 17 has been canceled due to her passing.” For those who purchased tickets to see the legendary comiedienne, you will be refunded in full, according to the center’s spokeswoman Ashley Hesse. She says the refund takes two to four days depending on the ticketholder’s bank. If you do not receive a refund after a week contact the box office at 954-344-5990.