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Justice for Juan Pablo Galavis? Bachelor season 18 contestant Sharleen Joynt actually doesn’t suppose the previous lead deserves the hate he obtained in 2014 — or once more in 2020 as Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette is about to start.

“There are such a lot of [misconceptions about Juan Pablo],” the 33-year-old opera singer says on Us Weekly’s “Right here for the Proper Causes” podcast.

“Simply the truth that he doesn’t care or didn’t care in regards to the different ladies’s emotions or wasn’t interested by them, just because that actually was the polar reverse to my expertise.”

Sharleen defined: “I felt like he requested me loads of questions. We bonded over the outcomes of these questions. You understand, we ended up having conversations based mostly on them. And he remembered the solutions to these questions. The subsequent time I had a one-on-one date, he would consult with one thing I had mentioned, like, weeks in the past.”

Juan Pablo, 39, acquired backlash from Bachelor Nation throughout his season when Andi Dorfman give up after the fantasy suite dates as a result of she didn’t really feel like he cared to get to know her. After the season 10 Bachelorette, 33, advised him off, Clare, his runner-up, slammed the previous soccer star after he allegedly advised her he didn’t love her however cherished “f—king” her. ABC highlighted Juan Pablo and Clare’s explosive breakup as a part of the promo for her upcoming season of The Bachelorette.  

Sharleen, for her half, doesn’t perceive why Clare’s relationship with Juan Pablo can be a promoting level to observe the hairstylist’s season.

“The truth that she advised off Juan Pablo, under no circumstances, you understand, displays how nice a Bachelorette she’ll be,” the “Ask Shady” podcast host explains to Us. “It’s like, ‘Oh, she has the flexibility to inform off males,’ like I’m extra desirous about her traits as a girl. And what about her I can relate to or what about her is completely different from me. However why I might wish to watch her on TV? It has nothing to do with [Juan Pablo], to me, that’s how I really feel. And naturally, I’m going to have a biased tackle this as a result of I don’t suppose he’s all that unhealthy.”

Sharleen concludes that “it was very bizarre” to observe season 18 unfold after she exited throughout week 7 of the collection.

“I went on that season like every other. You understand, I used to be like, ‘I’m gonna be on The Bachelor. You’re not like, ‘I’m gonna be on what’s going to transform this actually controversial, like, weirdly iconic in a detrimental approach season,” she explains. “Whereas we had been filming, it’s not like everybody secretly on the home was like, ‘Oh, he’s so this or that.’ Everybody was both not speaking about him out of respect for one another or they had been speaking about how nice he was. … Nobody was speaking about how horrible he was whereas we had been filming. They weren’t.”

Whereas Juan Pablo picked Nikki Ferrell over Clare throughout his finale, he opted to not suggest and acquired extra warmth for not saying the L-word. Juan Pablo and Nikki known as it quits in October 2014 after a number of months collectively.

For extra from Sharleen — together with her ideas on Clare’s upcoming season, why she hasn’t arrange pal Nick Viall on a date and all the main points of her relationship-based podcast with husband Andy Levine, “Ask Shady” — take heed to this week’s “Right here for the Proper Causes” episode. 

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Mexican archaeologists identify the first Mayan slave ship to have ever been discovered

(CNN)Archaeologists in Mexico have confirmed that a shipwreck discovered off the coast of the Yucatan peninsula once carried captured Mayans who were sold into slavery.

It is the first Mayan slave ship ever discovered, according to Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), which made the announcement on Tuesday.The paddle wheel steamboat, known as "La Unión," was discovered by archaeologists in the Gulf of Mexico two nautical miles from Sisal in 2017. But it took three years of research to confirm that it was a Mayan slave ship.
    La Unión illegally captured and transported about 25 to 30 Mayans monthly to Cuba, where they were forced to work in sugarcane fields between 1855 and 1861. This was during the rebellion known as the Caste War, according to INAH. Divers swim near the wreck of "La Union," which carried Mayan people for slave trade in the 1850's, off the coast of Sisal, Yucatan, Mexico."Each slave was sold to middlemen for 25 pesos, and they resold them in Havana for as much as 160 pesos, for men, and 120 pesos for women," INAH archaeologist Helena Barba Meinecke said in a press release. Read MoreThe ship sunk on September 19, 1861 while en route to Cuba, proving that slavery continued despite having been abolished in Mexico in 1829 and a decree issued banning the forced extraction of Mayan people that same year."For researchers ... the discovery is highly relevant," INAH said in the release. "Beyond the difficulty in identifying a wreck by name, it also speaks to an ominous past for Mexico that should be acknowledged and studied in terms of its context and time."Archaeologists confirmed the identity of the ship from its boilers, which exploded and caused the boat to catch fire, as well as the wooden hulled side wheeler which had been preserved. They also found artifacts, including fragments of glass from bottles, ceramics, and eight brass cutlery used by first-class passengers on board.
      The accident killed half of the 80 crew members and 60 passengers on board. It is unclear how many of the dead included Mayan slaves, as they were listed as cargo and merchandise, not passengers. The Mayans were a Mesoamerican civilization that flourished across Mexico and Central America from 2000 BC to the time of the Spanish Conquistadors.

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