Nick Viall is the next “The Bachelor” for 2017. A lot seems to blindsided by the decision though.
According to Wet Paint, the “The Bachelor” season 21 will feature Nick Viall and not early bets Luke pell nor Chase McNary.
In the August 30 episode of “Bachelor in Paradise,” it was revealed that Nick Viall will be the next “Bachelor.”
He said, “I certainly have the practice. I don’t know if anything really prepares you for it.”
Nick Viall added that he is looking forward to a positive note for the coming show, the report said.
“I’ve had an interesting journey throughout this process. It hasn’t worked out so far, and hopefully this time around, maybe things will end up on a more positive note.”
But who is Nick Viall? Here are some facts about the next Bachelor.
Nick Viall came from “Bachelorette” season of Kaitlyn Bristowe and Andi Dorfman.
Kaitlyn Bristow did not choose Nick Viall in her season and ended up giving her final rose to Shawn Booth.
Moreover, he once called himself as a “hopeless romantic” when he signed up for the show.
This man can also cook a hearty tuna casserole and is a lover of sunrise and sunsets. The future Bachelor has a pet dog whom he considers as one of his favorite girls in the world.
The future “Bachelor” admitted that he is nervous for the upcoming season, saying that he is excited and is hoping that it will work out.
It can be recalled that Nick Viall was hinted to be the next “Bachelor” last year but ABC gave the role to Ben Higgin. Ben Higgins is now engaged to Lauren Bushnell and is set to marry by the end of the year.
Could Nick Viall also have his own spinoff after the show? Ben Higgins will have his own reality show with Lauren Bushnell which will follow their road to married life.
Meanwhile, Nick Viall’s ex-girlfriend Kaitlyn Bristowe reacted to the 35-year-old Chicagoan’s clinching the next “Bachelor” role.
“I’m happy for him!” the 31-year-old told Us Weekly in an exclusive interview. “Everyone deserves to find someone. I hope it works out.”
The “Bachelor” season 21 will premiere January next year on ABC.