‘The Bachelor’ 2017 Spoilers: Reality Steve Drops Hints On Nick Viall’s Final 4 Women, Plus Final Rose Ceremony Destination Revealed

The Bachelor 2017’s premiere date has been revealed. According to ABC’s official announcement, Season 21 starring Nick Viall, will kick off Monday, Jan 2, 2017. However, even before its premiere, spoilers have already circulated online, including details of the hometown dates and destination for the overnights and final rose ceremony.

According to Reality Steve, The Bachelor 2017‘s final rose ceremony will not be in LA this time around. Instead, Nick Viall and the final 3 ladies will be heading to Finland. The site further reported that the last hometown date happened last Thursday, Nov. 3, unfortunately no photos were leaked online. Meanwhile, the final 4 rose ceremony was held last Friday, Nov. 4, at William Vale Hotel in Booklyn. Viall and the final 3 women are set to fly to Finland either Sunday or Monday for their overnights.

Reality Steve, however, refused to reveal who the final 4 were. On Twitter, he gave The Bachelor fans two clues: “chicken parm” and “survivor.”

Meanwhile, The Bachelor 2017 host Chris Harrison recently stopped by ON With Mario Lopez to promote the latest installment of the hit ABC reality series. According to Harrison, there will be a lot of drama in Season 21, with Nick Viall even “pulling a Mesnick” at one point. Harrison revealed that Viall has “hit a low point” similar to what the other former Bachelors experienced.

“You kind of reach this emotional bottom where you get stripped down. If you know what a Mesnick is, I will let you know that he pulled a full Mesnick. There will be man tears on this season for sure.”

According to Us Weekly, Jason Mesnick, The Bachelor Season 13 lead, has become a reference point among Bachelor Nation when talking about a bachelor losing his cool. Mesnick famously broke down after he sent runner-up Molly Malaney home and proposed to Melissa Rycroft. He, however, ended up changing his mind on After the Final Rose and asked Malaney for a second chance. Mesnick and Malaney’s wedding aired in a two-hour special on ABC in 2010.

Chris Harrison also assured fans that Nick Viall was the perfect choice for The Bachelor 2017. Given that he has been on both The Bachelorette(Season 10 and 11) and Bachelor in Paradise(Season 3), some fans are understandably skeptical of ABC’s pick. Harrison, however, encouraged the Bachelor Nation to give Viall another chance.

“I know people were a little reluctant, and they’re giving him a hard time. I hope those people will just trust that we know what we’ve been doing over 15 years. He’s a good man — he’s a really good guy. And he’s doing a good job.”

A Bachelor insider told Us Weekly that Viall has actually kept his cool most of Season 21, until the show hit a turning point and became an “emotional mess.” Unfortunately, it got to a point where everything became too much too handle, for Viall and the contestants.

“Nick was handling everything really well — then everything hit him, and he had a full meltdown. All of the girls have been crying too. Multiple girls have been crying,” the insider revealed.

The Bachelor 2017 premieres Jan. 2, 2017 on ABC. Tune in for more spoilers and updates.

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