"That's something you have to think about," he tells us. "Because I like a big wedding, very Latin wedding. I work in the music industry and have a lot of friends so…I don't know."
And though "Juan Pabs" (a nickname we bestowed upon him, and he vowed to try it out) isn't yet ready to reveal if he is indeed engaged, he did tell us he's "happy " with how everything ended up.
Of course, what has been more difficult for the Latin heartthrob has been navigating the press, social media and outraged fans after giving controversial comments that he doesn't believe a gay or bisexual Bachelor would be a good idea. He subsequently apologized, pointing out that he didn't mean to say gay people were "perverts" but rather, are "very affectionate" (i.e. "overts"). (Note: He confused the words "reflex" and "reflection" in our interview, among other terms, so the language barrier does exist.)
And though this is his first brush with fame, Juan Pablo points out, "I've worked in the industry, the Latin [music] industry so I've been on red carpets walking the other side, so I know how it goes. Right now the attention's on me, but I try to live my life as if I was living it before."
Juan Pablo is also adamant about not letting his 4-year-old daughter Camila watch The Bachelor, saying, "When she grows up, I'll say, ‘This is what daddy did. Remember when you were in the winter wonderland? That's what Daddy was doing.' But right now she's too young."
VIDEO: See what else Juan Pablo had to say in our exclusive video above. (Note: This interview took place at the ABC TCA party on Friday, Jan. 17.)