Tonight is the season finale of season 21 of The Bachelor and there’s only one question on everyone’s mind: Who will Nick pick?
Viall has narrowed his search down to the final two women: Raven Gates, a young southern belle from Arkansas, and Vanessa Grimaldi, a special education teacher from Montreal, Canada. Now the three have made their way to Rovaniemi, Finland and this is where the proposal will take place… If there is a proposal at all.
Sources are saying that Nick is regretting his final rose choice more and more with the passing days.
It’s been four months since the taping of the show, which means that there has been plenty of time for Nick to dwell on his proposal.
According to OK Magazine and inside sources from the show, there is already a major breakup bombshell brewing. Apparently, Nick is now regretting his decision and is in love with another woman. Insiders told In Touch, “Nick knows he made a huge mistake proposing to the winner and is panicking. The runner-up is the woman he truly loves.”
Spoilers indicate that Viall will choose Vanessa over Raven and almost immediately regret his decision. Now we have to wait and see what happens on the After The Final Rose.
Now, we definitely have our fair share of questions. Will he choose to stay with Vanessa and work it out or will he drop a huge bombshell and profess his love to Raven in front of his fiancé and the world? That hasn’t happened since Jason Mesnick brought his then fiancé Melissa Rycroft on stage, broke up with her and then brought out the runner-up, Molly Malaney, asking for another chance with the runner-up.
There are a few other theories. Maybe Nick will confess his love for Rachel and return for The Bachelorette or just claim that he didn’t find love at all. There’s really no predicting when it comes to Nick’s emotions… Hello, he’s been on The Bachelor three times.
Regardless of how this turns out for Nick and the ladies involved in this love triangle, it will be great TV and the viewing audience will have something to talk about for days to come.