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.