Transcript for 'The Bachelor' Ends Without a Proposal
That's "Pop news" but we continue with that shocking end -- shocking for "The bachelor" Juan Pablo choosing not the proper question to either of the two final two women but that's not where the story ends, oh, no. Abbie Boudreau has more. ? I have a ring here in my pocket, and I'm not going to use it. Reporter: It was a season finale like never before. Two women, one rose and no proposal. Juan Pablo blindsiding Clare breaking her heart. I would never want my children having a father like you. Okay. Whew, I'm glad I didn't pick her. Reporter: While he had a ring in his pocket he only gave Nikki a rose. I'm not 100% sure that I want to propose to you, but at the same time I'm 100% sure that I just don't want to let you go. Reporter: It capped off a dramatic season. And even more drama on after the final rose. At the end of the day I made the decision that I thought it was good for me and it is what it is. Reporter: Where the bachelor got booed. So you love her. I'm not going to answer that question to you. I don't get it. Reporter: You seemed almost frustrated on set. Why? Because I've been frustrated for a long time with him. I know some people take it as I don't like Juan Pablo or I'm frustrated and I'm angry at him and I'm not. I was trying to help him. Any inkling of emotion would help him. Reporter: Was there some sort of divide between Juan Pablo and the show? Yeah. There was. I don't know but for some reason he just fought it the entire way and fought the process. Reporter: And a very clear divide for Clare who chose not to face Juan Pablo for the last time. It was so liberating to be able to stand there and say this is exactly how I feel. That enough was closure for me and I don't want to sit here on this couch and get fed any more bs. Reporter: As for Nikki she says she is still happily dating Juan Pablo but is still waiting for that "I love you." Do you think Juan Pablo is capable of love? That is a multimillion dollar question. I don't know. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Abbie Boudreau, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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