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'The Bachelor' Season 21: Corinne Gains Enemies But Earns Nick Viall's Favor Over Other Girls? Contenders Down To Final Four

By Donna Marie Lapena Padua , Feb 14, 2017 07:43 AM EST
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"The Bachelor" season 21 is almost down to its final four roses, and for over a month of dating, the installment has already determined its "season villain." Corrine Olympios has been gaining several enemies inside the house as she reportedly antagonizes the other girls in her pursuit of bachelor Nick Viall.

Vial has recently sent home Danielle Maltby and Kristina Schulman, trimming down the 30 contenders to only four ladies left. Corinne, Vanessa, Raven and Rachel are the only ones left to compete for the engagement ring that Nick might possibly hand on to the lucky woman at the season's finale. However, the competition seems to have gotten personal as the ladies are reportedly disgusted with the attitude of Corrine.

However, Corinne's supposed rowdy attitude might have won the favor of Nick as he recently defended the 24-year-old businesswoman in an interview. When asked how he could describe the ladies, Nick said Rachel is "impressive," Raven is "fascinating," Vanessa is "stunning" but Corinne is a "firecracker."

In line with defending Corinne from her bashers, Nick said that he was also once called a villain in one of the season's he joined into. He said that cast of the show can be unfairly judged by the viewers as they are not being filmed 24/7. Nick is a two-time "Bachelorette" runner-up and during those times, fans would see him as an immature man. Following this, many have been surprised when he was announced to star "The Bachelor" season 21, but most were surprised to see changes in his personality and appearance.

Meanwhile, the results of "The Bachelor" season 21 have previously been leaked, revealing the final four recipients of Nick's roses. Apparently, the spoilers from Steve Carbone were accurate, and so fans expect the ladies to be cut down only into a battle between Raven and Vanessa. It has also been revealed that the latter will win Nick's heart, but it is not yet clear if he really proposed an engagement to her.

Fans will then have to wait for the final two episodes left in "The Bachelor" season 21 which airs every Monday on ABC.

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