Another reality engagement bites the dust

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At this point, I think we should only really be surprised when a relationship or engagement born from either “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette” — actually lasts!

So, no one will likely be shocked to learn Juan Pablo Galavis, the controversial Season 18 “Bachelor” and his chosen lady love (so-to-speak) Nikki Ferrell have gone their separate ways.

The news first broke after Ferrell unfollowed Galavis on Twitter and unfriended him on Facebook Sunday, and as reported first by Us Weekly, wrote this telling line on her Instagram page: “Isn’t it pathetic how we waste so much time on certain people and in the end they prove that they weren’t even worth a second of it,” clearly referring to Galavis.

Reportedly, the breakup was Ferrell’s idea and it was she who dumped her fiance.

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