‘The Bachelor’ spoilers: Andi’s overnight with Juan Pablo is epic fail

According to the latest developments on “The Bachelor” spoilers regarding Tuesday night’s episode, Andi Dorfman’s overnight date with Juan Pablo will be an epic fail.

A lot of hype has been building up to this moment between Andi and Juan Pablo now that the hometown visits are over.

Reality Steve blogged Feb. 25 that one stupid thing after another was said by Juan Pablo when Andi confronts him about being a “default” pick for St. Lucia… and not being interested in who she is as a person. In fact, he tells her that she “barey made it” to this stage in the game. Andi will call him on what he does not know about her. He has no idea what her religion is and she reminds him that she is Jewish. Juan Pablo assumes Andi does not know his religion either, but she does. He is Catholic.

In other “Bachelor” 2014 spoilers revealed, viewers will not see Andi and Juan Pablo discuss Clare during their overnight date. In fact, everything will seem great during their date, but it is later on all of this comes out, Reality Steve wrote.

Juan Pablo leaks the fact that he and Clare already had their overnight date and that does little to comfort Andi. In fact, she will give up on the whole thing because she feels disrespected by Juan Pablo’s actions. She ultimately eliminates herself from “The Bachelor.”

Talk about a clumsy guy. Even if someone is not entirely interested in someone, there is some effort put into sparing the other one’s feelings as much as possible while still being honest. It is safe to say that Juan Pablo lives in a state of oblivion when it comes to quite a few things.

Cheerleader Sochi job: Ex-NFL cheerleader almost caught in sex trafficking ring

A former cheerleader was in Sochi on a job — a job that she thought was legit. It turns out, however, that she almost became a part of a sex trafficking ring. On Feb. 25, Mail Online reported that Brittney Cason was approached by a company that she thought was a talent agency. She interviewed with the company for four months, thinking that she was going to go to Sochi and cover the Olympics for them — a job of a lifetime, really. Turns out, it was all a set up. Cason said that the company’s want for her to bring “friends” along and their willingness to hand out visas alerted her that something wasn’t right.

The cheerleader knew this Sochi job was curious. “I spent four months applying and interviewing and he’s sending my friend a work visa without even seeing her work? Now, my friend is really talented, but wanting her passport and social security number before her reel (reporting and presenting clips) just seemed fishy to me,” Cason said.

And so the FBI got involved and Cason never made it to Sochi — and she’s lucky that she didn’t end up getting on a plane. “So many of the stories I’ve heard from survivors start with ‘I was hired for a modelling job,’” said Cason, clearly realizing that she could have been in a serious predicament had she flown to Sochi.

Dr. Oz unveils detox diet to revitalize metabolism: Lose 10 pounds in 10 days

Can you give your metabolism a makeover that boosts fat-burning and weight loss? Yes, says Dr Mehmet Oz. On his Feb. 24 talk show, Dr. Oz unveiled a new detox diet that helps you shed up to 10 pounds and prevent disease in just 10 days.

Dr. Oz explained that his detox diet is based on the research and weight loss program designed by his guest expert, Dr. Mark Hyman, author of “The Blood Sugar Solution 10-Day Detox Diet: Activate Your Body’s Natural Ability to Burn Fat and Lose Weight Fast” (click for details).

Dr. Hyman says that benefits of the 10-day detox plan include:

  • Lose up to 10 pounds
  • Reverse chronic health problems such as joint point and type 2 diabetes
  • Alleviate brain fog and allergies
  • Prevent conditions such as acne and headaches
  • Help autoimmune disease

However, he told Dr. Oz that to succeed with both weight loss and prevention of disease, you will need to eliminate the following foods from your meals and snacks during the 10-day period:

  • Processed foods unless it is a canned whole food such as sardines or artichokes with only a few real ingredients such as water or salt
  • Any food or drink that contains added sugar (including honey, molasses, agave, maple syrup, organic cane juice or artificial sweeteners), especially any sugar-sweetened beverages or fruit juices
  • Anything that contains hydrogenated oils and refined vegetable oils (like corn or soybean oil)
  • Any foods with artificial sweeteners, preservatives, additives, coloring, or dyes
  • Anything sugar or flour based (cookies, cakes, candies, etc.)
  • Grains (rice, oats, quinoa) and all foods made from flours (crackers, pasta, bread, pretzels, etc.)
  • Starches (sweet potato, potato, squash, parsnip, beets, etc.)
  • Beans and legumes (chickpeas, lentils, peanuts, kidney beans, etc.)
  • Dairy (yogurt, sour cream, cheese, milk, etc.)
  • Coffee and anything caffeinated (tea, soft drinks, lattes, etc.)
  • Alcohol (wine, beer, spirits, etc.)