Nick Viall Is as Confused as the Rest of Bachelor Nation About Clayton Being the Next Bachelor

Raise your hand if you’re still confused as to why Clayton Echard will get the next Bachelorette. Well, Nick Viall’s virtual hand is definitely up in the air right now with you.

Former Bachelor (and more uniquely, twice Bachelorette runner-up) recently People That when it comes to Clayton as the Bachelor, he just doesn’t see it. Of course, to be fair, he could have been blinded by the bright, bright light that almost everyone exudes in Michelle Young’s four finals at all times.

“I was kind of critical of the selection,” he said. “Nothing against Clayton, he seemed like a nice enough fellow, but just looking at Michelle’s top four, each of the top four has a better story, more charisma. They outperformed Clayton in every possible way. So I don’t really get the choice. “.

although bachelor Powers That Be didn’t officially confirm that Clayton would be the next Bachelorette until the end of November, and his pick was known among fans of the franchise since before Michelle Young’s season until it aired. Since we’ve all been into Michelle’s season knowing Clayton was the next standout, we’ve been keeping a close eye on him, just waiting to wow us. And then, while we waited, he was eliminated, leaving viewers wondering if they missed an episode and/or something about Clayton yelling “NEXT BACHELOR” (they didn’t).

Based on what we’ve seen of Clayton so far, Nick predicts a very sleepy (or worse, painfully unoriginal) TV season as we watch him talk politely on dates for two months while we all keep trying. solve the The Da Vinci Code Level puzzle why is BS.

“I think from what we saw with Clayton in Michelle’s season, which isn’t a lot, my fear for this season is that we’re going to get a lot of vulgarity and a lot of too high-end ‘nice.’ It will all look nice, but none of it will look real,” Nick explained. “Hopefully Clayton will prove us wrong and I’m really looking forward to watching this season and saying to myself, which I have in the past, ‘You know, I didn’t agree with that choice, but they did it right.’ I am in favor of it happening, but as it is now, I don’t understand that “.

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