‘The Bachelor’ Nick Viall Has ‘No Connection’ With Final Pick Says Close Friend

Cheryl Phillips - Author

Mar. 5 2017, Updated 4:28 p.m. ET

The Bachelor star Nick Viall hands out his final rose next week but what one of his close friends has to say about his connection with his final pick will have fans wondering if the spoilers are true. Did Nick really get engaged at the final rose ceremony and, if so, did producers talk him into proposing so the show would have a happy ending?

On Monday night, ABC will air a three-hour special that includes Vanessa and Rachel’s overnight dates followed by the two-hour Bachelor: Women Tell All special. By the end of the episode, fans will find out why Nick eliminated one of his final three but they will be left with more doubt than ever about his final pick.

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Which one of Nick’s friends is speaking out about the girls who are vying for the final rose, and is there a chance that Reality Steve‘s spoilers are completely wrong? Here’s the latest scoop on how things are expected to play out when the finale airs on March 13 and what’s next for Nick Viall.

Warning: The Bachelor Season 21 final rose spoilers ahead


Several weeks before the finale, Rachel Lindsay was introduced as the next Bachelorette during the Jimmy Kimmel show. The early announcement made it clear that Rachel would not make it past the Fantasy Suite dates, leaving Vanessa Grimaldi and Raven Gates as Nick’s final two girls.

Although it may have been a shock for many fans that Rachel, who was a serious frontrunner from night one, didn’t make it to the finale, Nick’s friend and former Bachelor in Paradise co-star, Ashley Iaconetti, seems to be just as shocked that Nick is rumored to get engaged during the final rose ceremony on March 13.


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