‘The Bachelor’ 2017 Spoilers: Nick Viall Let Producers Pick The Winner?

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‘The Bachelor’ 2017 spoilers speculate that producers chose the Season 21 winner.

The Bachelor” 2017 spoilers are revealing something shocking. The show’s current leading man, Nick Viall, allegedly let the producers pick and choose which women got the boot, and which ones received roses during Season 21 of the ABC dating series.

According to The Hollywood Gossip, Nick Viall had a very hard time picking and choosing which of “The Bachelor” women he should keep on the show, and which ones he should send home. Viall allegedly had a ton of help from producers who reportedly met with him before every rose ceremony to make the hard decisions.

“Nick had such a hard time making decisions about the women that he literally had producers decide for him,” an insider revealed. “All season producers would have private meetings with Nick before rose ceremonies to try and help him pick.”

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Did Nick Viall really chose the winner of Season 21?

Of course, Nick Viall did make some strong connections with a few of the women, such as Rachel Lindsey, but “The Bachelor” was so worried that he would choose the wrong woman and be publicly humiliated once again, that he allegedly let it go to his head. “His emotions were all over the place … [Nick] was in love with two different women and he didn’t know what to do.”

Do this mean that Nick Viall’s current fiance was actually picked by “The Bachelor” producers? As previously reported by Hollywood News Daily, Nick has chosen Vanessa Grimaldi as the winner, but perhaps the decision wasn’t his alone after all.

What do you think of the rumors that Nick Viall’s let “The Bachelor” producer pick and choose which girls stayed and which went home? Share this article or leave a comment below.

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