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Juan Pablo Galavis is known for his shocking comments, but Monday night’s confession to Clare Crawley takes the cake.

During his helicopter date in St. Lucia with the 32-year-old on the “Bachelor” finale, viewers didn’t get to see what Galavis told Crawley that irked her.

A source tells E! News exactly what went down between the two — and it’s pretty shocking.

Apparently, Crawley told her leading man at the time, “just tell me you love me,” and he responded with, “I loved [expletive] you.”

During Crawley’s final one-on-one interview confessional on the show, she explained how hurt she was by his comment.

“I’m shocked,” she said. “He chose to tell me something that no woman wants to hear. That he doesn’t know me and some sexual thing I don’t want to repeat. It was insulting and it was offensive.”

Former “Bachelorette” star Trista Sutter spoke with E! News earlier about the Galavis fiasco and gave her opinions on his scandalous ways.

“There is a huge different between honesty and brutal honesty,” she told us. “Juan Pablo can be respectful and should be respectful and the other is disrespectful and he clearly has been disrespectful. He doesn’t consider other people’s feelings and disrespects them by the words he chooses to use.”

She added, “There’s a way to be honest in a respectful way. He doesn’t quite understand that yet.”

Who says you can’t go home?

Isaiah Washington will return to “Grey’s Anatomy” this spring for one episode, an ABC spokesperson confirms to People. Washington, who played Dr. Preston Burke for three seasons, was fired from the show in 2007 after his comments about former “Grey’s” co-star T.R. Knight’s sexuality.

Viewers saw Washington’s exit from the show when Burke left his fiancee, Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh), at the altar. This spring, Oh will be leaving the hit drama, now in its 10th season.

“It’s important to me that Cristina’s journey unfolds exactly as it should,” “Grey’s” creator Shonda Rhimes said in a statement. “Burke is vital to that journey — he gives her story that full-circle moment we need to properly say goodbye to our beloved Cristina Yang.”

Washington stars in the CW show “The 100,” which premieres March 19.

It’s official: Katharine McPhee and husband Nick Cokas are trying to repair their relationship, according to E! News.

Nine months after the couple announced their separation, a source close to the 29-year-old actress and her 48-year-old beau confirms to E! News that they are working on their marriage again. The good news comes as McPhee and Cokas were spotted for the first time together in quite some time.

The reunited couple were photographed on Monday looking happy and relaxed while walking their three dogs around L.A. McPhee and Cokas were smiling and even stopped to have coffee together at Tiago Cafe during the outing.

Monday was the first time the two have been spotted together in five months. A rep for McPhee did not comment on the reunion reports.

Back in October, just a few months after she and Cokas split, McPhee made headlines after she was photographed kissing her married “Smash” director Michael Morris in a Hollywood parking lot.

Since the kissing photos hit the Web, Cokas, McPhee and Morris all maintained a very low profile with McPhee and Morris reportedly putting an end to their fling in November.

Screen legend Doris Day is celebrating a landmark birthday with an auction to benefit her favorite cause: animals, the AP reports.

A spokesman for Day said Tuesday the nonprofit Doris Day Animal Foundation will mark her 90th birthday in April with a bash in Carmel, Calif.

A sold-out fundraising celebration at Day’s Cypress Inn will include a doggie fashion show, adoption event and an April 4 tribute dinner for fans and friends.

Items autographed by Day and celebrity pals including Paul McCartney and Tony Bennett will be auctioned off online and at the dinner. Online bidding ends April 1.

In a statement, Day said she doesn’t care much for celebrating birthdays with cards or gifts, inviting fans to help animals instead. As Day put it: “I’m all about the four-leggers.”


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