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It was the first birthday they spent together.
Sometimes holding hands, sometimes kissing on the dance floor, Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis and girlfriend Nikki Ferrell were all smiles as they celebrated Galavis's 33rd birthday on Thursday at the Flamingo Theater Bar in Miami.
There was plenty of PDA as the couple – who ended up together (but not engaged) on Season 18 of the reality show – mingled with guests, including Galavis's father, Saul, and sister, Anna. Sipping on scotch, Galavis introduced Ferrell to many of his friends whom she had never before met.
Celebrities spent the weekend partying, vacationing and declaring their love around the world. From Spain to Miami and Massachusetts, these A-listers are having one fun summer. Here's the news you might have missed:
Nikki Ferrell was quite pleased with last season's Bachelor finale. But last night's Bachelorette finale was a whole different story.
Ferrell, who was chosen by Juan Pablo Galavis at the end of The Bachelor's 18th season, blasted ABC producers Tuesday night on Twitter while watching the culmination of The Bachelorette – seemingly in reference, fans say, to Nick Viall's revelation that he'd slept with Andi Dorfman – and suggesting that producers pushed him to admit it.
America has to wait a little longer to find out who the next Bachelor will be, but fan favorite Chris Soules may have dropped a big hint during Monday night's finale of The Bachelorette.
The sweet farmer from Iowa attended the taping of After the Final Rose, and though it was announced a new bachelor wouldn't be revealed, Soules – who was let go by Andi Dorfman two weeks ago – turned bright red and laughed nervously when the discussion launched.
Fans would certainly be happy if he's indeed snagged the spot. The soft-spoken contestant won over hearts when he was revealed as Dorfman's secret admirer throughout the season and further stepped up the romance game by telling her he was in love by hiring a plane to fly over his hometown date.
There are some downsides to being on The Bachelor. For one thing, people will always speculate about the direction of your relationships long after the cameras are off.
The latest Bachelor to face breakup rumors is Juan Pablo Galavis, who chose Nikki Ferrell in the finale of season 18 – but declined to propose to her. The rumors began after Galavis was photographed talking with another woman in Atlantic City. Ferrell was nowhere to be seen. Soon, multiple media outlets speculated that they had broken up.
Courtney Robertson's new tell-all, most obviously titled I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends, is a lot like what you might imagine a fantasy suite on The Bachelor to be: chock-full of sex and, well, kinda dirty.
Arguably the most vilified Bachelor contestant in franchise history, Robertson defends herself and her failed relationship with Ben Flajnik in the book, and provides enough juicy behind-the-scenes details from her experience on the show to satisfy even devout fans in Bachelor Nation. And anyone curious about what happened after the cameras stopped rolling.
It's risqué, there's more than a little TMI, and you'll never look at Adrian Grenier the same way.
Flajnik's take on the book? "It's sad. A new low, even for Courtney," he tells PEOPLE exclusively. "I don't see why she would choose to have people look at her the way she has portrayed herself. I am in a really great place in life and don't have any interest in reliving the nightmare."
We gamely took on the task of narrowing down the best bits of this shameless page-turner to five of our favorites …
He delighted Bachelorette Andi Dorfman on night one by presenting her with a plate of cookies, and now, newly-ousted Marquel Martin will see if his sweet skills will bring him love on Bachelor in Paradise.
The charming and confident sponsorship salesman, 27, left his Bachelorette journey relatively unscathed, save for a tiff on Monday night's episode with Andrew Poole over Poole's alleged offensive remark about Martin during the first rose ceremony.