Nick Viall likes to speak his mind and that's probably why he's going to be on The Bachelor Season 21.
The 35-year-old has appeared on two seasons of The Bachelorette and one season of Bachelor in Paradise.
He's kind of becoming a staple of the franchise, but not very many people were glad about him being handed a fourth shot at love.
Most of the hate seems to be on the heels of Luke Pell being ousted from the leading man position in an eleventh hour decision by ABC.
It's not Nick's fault that Luke was given the boot. Producers must have thought Nick's storyline would gel better with viewers.
The main thing everyone associated with the series cares about is ratings, so they need to do what they can to keep them high.
Robby Hayes chimed in with his take on it all and even went as far as claiming that Nick was too old for the job.
The Bachelor is a reliable performer for ABC, but could people really tune out due to Viall joining the show?
We'll need to wait until January 2017 to find out the answer.
Either way, Nick is continuing to ride out his publicity tour for the reality series.
The latest thing he addressed was revealing he slept with Andi Dorfman on television.
Yeah, that was one of the most awkward TV moments in the history of TV.
We'll probably never forget it.
It was THAT good.
Dorfman must have been so embarrassed.
"I'm an open book so I don't mind the fact that it's out there," Nick revealed.
"People are well aware of the fact that Andi and I slept together, as well Kaitlyn and I, but I slept with two women that at the time I felt deeply for and thought there was a good chance I could end up with."
Viall was runner up on two seasons of The Bachelorette and has revealed that he was intimate with both of the lead women.
This caused a storm on social media, with Dorfman receiving a lot of flack for it.
Nick also revealed that the frustrating part about it "is that people can't be objective. By a lot of people's opinions, I'm slutty or a man whore simply because of those two things. It's a little silly. I'm no saint, but that's not who I am."
We know you're not a saint, Nick.
We've watched you on TV a lot.
Nick also made it clear he absolutely should have kept his trap shut about bedding Andi.
"I regret that in the sense that it unnecessarily and unfairly caused Andi to get a lot of flack. I wasn't trying to accomplish that. Women have as much right as men to do whatever they want behind closed doors."
At least he finally said he regrets it.
Maybe Dorfman will sign up to be on the show and Nick can cut her at final two.
That could be his ultimate revenge for refusing his engagement.
That would be cruel, but hilarious.
That's what reality TV is meant to be like. Right?
There's meant to be a whole lot of drama to keep us tuned in every single week.
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