This Season of 'The Bachelor' Is Going to Be "Different," Says Different Bachelor Juan Pablo

Before I begin, let's just get this out of the way first: The new bachelor to star on ABC's The Bachelor is named Juan Pablo, so to promote the new season, ABC has completely changed the name of January to "Juan-uary." JUAN-UARY. I hate everything about this. That said: In a new interview with People, Juan Pablo revealed that this season of The Bachelor may be different than the past, and not just because of its new contestants. Apparently, the show is going to get super into Latino culture to honor Pablo's heritage.

"There's going to be a lot of Latino things in the show," the former Bachelorette contestant-turned-The Bachelor lead revealed. "It's going to be a lot of food, a lot of dancing, a lot of stuff. It's going to be so different. You're going to love it." SO DIFFERENT.

OK, OK — to be fair to Pablo, that's not all: He also recently revealed his plan for dealing with drama in the house, which is to say, he won't be dealing with it at all. "You always keep that in the back of [your] head but, you know it, it’s just drama...and it’s drama. There was drama with 25 guys in a house," Pablo explained, referring to his stint on the Bachelorette. "I cannot even imagine 27 girls in a house. So, do I care about their drama? Not at all. I just let them do it. I didn’t care about my drama, in the show. I don’t care about their drama." How many times can one person say drama in a sentence?

The new, TOTALLY-OH-MY-GOD-DIFFERENT season of The Bachelor is set to premiere on ABC on Jan. 6, 2014.