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Juan Pablo Galavis has had a dramatic season as the star of "The Bachelor," and tonight marks the end of his time on the ABC dating series.
"The day has COME... Finally TODAY the soap opera comes to an END," he tweeted. "I will read you ALL tonight to see what you THINK about my DECISION..."
After enduring his share of heartbreak (remember when Sharleen and Andi told him they were leaving early?), the single father has to choose between his final two contestants: Nikki Ferrell and Clare Crawley.
He undeniably has connections with both of them, but in spite of Clare telling Juan Pablo's mother that she loves the way she communicates with him, an exclusive sneak peek of tonight's episode reveals that the two aren't necessarily still on the same page.
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When Beau Howell, a high school freshman playing on his school's varsity basketball team, entered in the final minutes of a championship game, it was not just his teammates but also his opponents who were throwing him the ball to score.
Howell, who has autism, scored his first basket of the season Saturday in the CIF-Southern Section Division VI title game in Santa Ana, Calif., that his school, Trinity Classical Academy, went on to win.
Howell scored after the opposing team, Desert Chapel High School, called a timeout to rethink their strategy and then proceeded to have their players give Howell the rebounds and assists for his three attempted shots, the third of which he nailed.
"We all knew what was going on for Beau and it took them a few minutes to realize that was something was going on," Trinity's head of school, Liz Caddow, told GoodMorningAmerica.com.
"Anytime Beau gets in the game, the boys just feed him the ball," she said. "Desert Chapel called a timeout and orchestrated itRead More »from Basketball Game Ends With Slam Dunk of Sportsmanship
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