Each rose has its thistle! Nick Viall halted by Good Morning America on Thursday, September 8, to discuss his gig as the season 21 Bachelor and uncovered that even after three appearances on the well-known ABC establishment, regardless he gets on edge about discovering love.
“At first I was like, ‘Really? C’mon,’ he said of makers offering him the main part a minute ago. “They asked me, and I was very nervous. It took me a couple days. I told them I had to think about it. It’s a huge responsibility, but it’s obviously an amazing opportunity, so ultimately I accepted.”
Congrats, Nick. It’s been a long road but you’ve always been genuine and real about wanting to find love. Now it’s your turn! Best of luck 🌹
— Andi Dorfman (@AndiDorfman) August 31, 2016
While he’s going to have no less than 25 women vying for his heart, he knows affection isn’t a certain thing. “”There’s a lot of expectations that come with it, and there’s also no guarantees, right?” he said. “You never know if you’re going to connect with [the women]. Maybe you really like someone who doesn’t really like you back. You just never know.”
The Milwaukee local, 35, likewise went backstage for a Facebook Live portion with GMA, where he dished on his late discussion with his Bachelorette ex Andi Dorfman.
Viall said that out of all the salutary tweets and messages from Bachelor Nation, he was most amazed to get notification from Dorfman, particularly given their tumultuous relationship. Andi sent me a quick text. It pretty much echoed her tweet. It was very gracious, and I was a bit surprised. It was a very nice text. We went back and forth a little bit,” he said. “We’ve both got on each other’s nerves over the past, but I think we’re at a good place at this point, and certainly I wish her well.”
The software sales executive, who has as of now gotten counsel from past Bachelors Ben Higgins and Chris Soules, said he’s most anxious in regards to the inescapable farewells that join the occupation. “That’s never going to be easy, especially toward the end,” he said. “I haven’t been on this side of it before, but I do know that as things progress, it gets pretty intense and pretty serious.”
Viall uncovered that his technique is just to act naturally.
Viall revealed that his strategy is just to be himself. “If I feel compelled to ask a question or have a tough conversation, I’m going to do that just because I want to get to know all the high-level things,” he said.
The Bachelor comes back to ABC in January.