"The Bachelor" season 21 is yet to premiere after the 2017 New Year celebration but leaks are already out announcing the recipient of Nick Viall's final rose. The new season of "The Bachelor" already wrapped up and apparently, the show will not be as thrilling as it should be since fans already have an idea on who won the heart of the new bachelor.
The latest spoilers coming from the "Bachelor" guru, Steve Carbone, have already confirmed that the two-time "Bachelorette" runner-up has finally had a successful season in his fourth shot at finding true love. Viall has already handed his final rose and finally, he is engaged.
Fans of the "Bachelor" franchise got surprised with the announcement earlier this year that Viall will be the new bachelor. Viewers had been expecting Luke Pell to star in the new season, but ABC signed Viall instead. The 36-year-old sales executive has been a fan favorite but was recognized in the "Bachelor" world as arrogant and unlikable. He has returned though redeeming himself with a refreshed look and arguably appealing personality.
"The Bachelor" season 21 invited several ladies where ten new contenders were recently named on Twitter as Dominique Alexis, Briana Guertler, Ida DeLosSantos, Josephine Tutman, Alexis Waters, Hailey Merkt, Astrid Loch, Jaimi King, Sarah Vendal, and Angela Amezcua. The ladies will join Viall's first impression rose recipient, Rachel Lindsay, who was also revealed by Carbone in October as the reality show started its production.
Apparently, Lindsay has caught Viall's attention as she made it to Viall's final four. Carbone's juicy leak claims that Lindsay from Texas, Corinne Olympios from Florida, Raven Gates from Arkansas, and Vanessa Grimaldi of Canada were the lucky ladies to compete for Viall's engagement ring. Not only was the final four revealed as several reports also confirmed Grimaldi as Viall's lucky fiancée. As per speculations, the final two went down with Gates competing against Grimaldi, where the latter has been a production favorite and sure bet.
After failing for three times in the "Bachelor" franchise - twice on "The Bachelorette" and once on "Bachelor Paradise" - Viall said that he is optimistic about finding his true love as he finally got his chance on the spotlight. Although the winner and the runner-up have already been revealed, fans might want to wait until "The Bachelor" season 21 airs on ABC on Jan. 2 to confirm the leaks and to enjoy the journey of Viall towards his happy ending.