'The Bachelor' 2017 Nick Viall Dumps 'Bachelor in Paradise' Hopeful Jen Saviano for New Show?
"The Bachelorette" 2016 JoJo Fletcher has made her decision and is now happily engaged to winner Jordan Rodgers. Now, all eyes are on "The Bachelor" 2017. Will the next prince charming come from this year's "The Bachelorette?"
Latest reports have confirmed that "The Bachelor" 2017 has been chosen. Nick Viall, who is not a stranger to "The Bachelorette," will be the next to go on his quest to find love on the show, this time being the apple of every candidate's eye. Nick was a runner-up on Kaitlyn Bristowe and Andi Dorfman's run as "The Bachelorette." He is also on board the current season of "Bachelor in Paradise," ABC noted.
Hoping that the fourth time will finally lead him to the love of his life, "The Bachelor" 2017 Nick Viall will find himself being at the opposite end of where he was his previous "The Bachelorette" journeys. According to Entertainment Weekly, he has seemingly made a connection with "Bachelor in Paradise" hopeful Jen Saviano, but that could possible turn sour soon as he will be the star of his own show.
When Nick was announced as "The Bachelor" 2017, not everyone was pleased with the decisions. Some fans can't wait to see Nick have his own show, while others claimed that choosing him was an annoying choice as they found the new Bachelor disappointing.
It was previously speculated that "The Bachelorette" 2016 runners-up Robby Hayes, Chase McNary, and Luke Pell could be "The Bachelor" 2017. Radio DJ Wells Adams was also a top bet.
Stay tuned for more "The Bachelor" 2017 updates here!
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