Published On: Mon, Sep 19th, 2016

Next ‘Bachelor’ Nick Viall Shares Heartbreaks Over ‘Bachelorette’ Failures

After two strikes on the Bachelorette, next Bachelor Nick Viall will finally hit a home run.

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Viall was one of the last two men standing in Andi Dorman’s season. Dorman broke his heart by saying her love for him may not have been real. In front of the whole nation, Viall asked  why she slept with him.


He regretted the statement and told ABC News, “I wasn’t trying to accomplish that.” He also added that “Women have as much right as men to do whatever they want behind closed doors.”

Viall missed Cupid’s arrow with Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe. He faced a flood of names on social media for his actions after also sleeping with her.

He got romantically attracted to Jen Saviano on Bachelor in Paradise and confessed that things didn’t work out. Nick Viall was rumored to have left the beautiful setting in Mexico feeling torn.

Now that Viall is given the main role of delivering roses on The Bachelor, he will stand as a new man. He confessed to Yahoo News, “I’ve grown and matured a lot. I’m a better communicator now. And I know myself a lot better. I don’t want to let the negative experiences make me too afraid to take risks in the future.”

On the rumors that the next Bachelor is in for more fame, he simply stated that he was genuine about finding the love of his life.

The news outlet also shared his recent interview on Good Morning America. When asked about appearing again on the franchise, Viall shared, “There are several expectations. You meet 25 women. You don’t know if you’re going to connect to them. You may really like someone who doesn’t feel the same way about you. You never know.”

Nick Viall, the next Bachelor, ended the interview with a laugh and strong encouragement from the audience.

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