"Juan Pablo took Sharleen to midfield for a little one-on-one time," Harrison wrote in his Entertainment Weekly blog of the week's group date at a soccer stadium.
"Is it just me, or is there just something peculiar about the chemistry between the two of them? I can't quite put my finger on it, but it's different."
Following the group date, Harrison seemed surprised that Galavis wanted to talk more about practicing with the LA Galaxy soccer team than his bachelorettes.
"Juan Pablo got to scrimmage with a few of the players for a while before the girls arrived. Not sure if this says something about him, but that's honestly what he talked about the most when he told me about the date later that week," Harrison admitted.
"The real scoring seemed to happen after the game though when [Andi Dorfman] went in for the kiss in the concession stand. These two seem to really be into each other and she looked like a sure bet to get the rose. But then Sharleen and Juan Pablo shared a kiss that they seemed to enjoy, but the other girls definitely didn't enjoy watching it from the stands. After all that, he threw everyone a curve ball and gave the rose to [Nikki Ferrell]."
Joynt and Galavis later shared another "awkward moment" in Harrison's eyes during the pool party. She "got very emotional" but then they "somehow ended up in a kiss."
Harrison also revealed while it appeared Galavis cooked Cassandra Ferguson dinner himself during their one-on-one date, he actually had a little help.
"The meal Juan Pablo cooked was a Venezuelan dish his mom actually helped him make. Not sure if that's considered cheating or just smart," the host wrote, adding that Galavis' house had not been utilized in prior editions of The Bachelor.
"We used a different house for Juan Pablo this season because we needed more room for his little girl and his parents when they are all in town."
"I look forward to seeing all of these friends and more next Sunday night as another beautiful couple, Sean and Catherine, get married live on ABC. It's going to be an incredible event. We've done several of these weddings but we've never done one live," Harrison said.
"I've been hoping that we'd do this ever since [Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter] were married. And now, ten years and four weddings later we're finally holding a wedding live on the air. You'll see it and hear it just as we do, as it happens. Itâ€™s going to be a beautiful night and I can't wait to celebrate with them."
And then on Monday night at 8PM ET/PT, Galavis and his remaining 13 bachelorettes will head off to Seoul, South Korea during the next episode of The Bachelor.