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Many were surprised after "The Bachelor" announced Nick Viall as the next Bachelor of Season 21. The ladies' love expressed by 30 single women during the first teaser for season 21 hints that Nick might finally get engaged. Apparently, some fans do not agree and think that Nick will only end up in another breakup.
Nick's real intention and arrogance are on the rise
Nick had been in a series of terrible breakups, and many people think that Nick quite deserves the heartache. In a report by Inquisitr, many questions Nick's real intentions on the show, thinking that the leading man's only intention is to hook up with multiple women. The source also added that Nick's arrogance is one of the reasons why he had been turned down in all his past relationships.
What made Nick the next Bachelor?
In a live interview on Good Morning America, Bachelor host Chris Harrison explained why the instances that led the producers to pick Viall for season 21. While others think Nick does not deserve the slot, Harrison revealed that producers were thinking the other way around. In a report by The Knot News, Harrison said on the morning show that "He is that sincere guy that really does wanna make this work." A whole contrary to the "intention" issue that fans are kept on questioning.
While many people are convinced that Nick will have the same fate, as usual, the trust producers put over him, plus his confidence and determination, seem to tell otherwise. In the first promo teaser of season 21, Nick showed a more positive and determined aura. In a one-on-one interview with the single ladies, many showed high interest in the leading man, dubbing the guy as "hot" and "sexy". Nick's only reaction is "I'm loving it" with a good-vibe smile on her face.
"The Bachelor" season 21 will premiere on January 2, 2017. Stay tune for more updates on. Meanwhile on another TV show update, recent reports says that some of "The Big Bang Theory" lead stars will be leaving the show and season 11 might get cancelled. Find out more in a report by Jobs & Hire.