Nick Viall Might Be Writing a Tell-All Book -- Watch Out, Kaitlyn & Andi

Of all of the contestants in recent Bachelorette history, I can't think of another who is as polarizing or controversial as Nick Viall. You might love him or you might just consider him a total jerk for having sex with Andi Dorfman and Kaitlyn Bristowe and then blabbing about both experiences. Of course, all this means is that Viall will probably write a tell-all book where he won't hold anything back.

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After being dumped by Bristowe, who found love with Shawn Booth, Viall harbors no ill will toward the dance instructor. In fact, he told Wepaint, "I wish them the best and I hope they're one of the few success stories out there. In the case of Kaitlyn and I or Kaitlyn and Shawn, I think things worked out for the best."

The 35-year-old model (he signed a contract with Wilhelmina) obviously didn't get along with Booth on the show, but he now says he has "moved on," and that if he happens to run into the loved-up couple, it wouldn't be awkward at all.

That's all well and good, but if you're wondering what really went on among Nick, Kaitlyn, and Shawn when cameras weren't rolling, the only way you'll truly find out is if he agrees to write a book in which he reveals all of the juicy Bachelorette secrets I'm betting he has stored inside of his head.

When asked whether this will happen, Nick's response is more or less a confirmation that it will: "It's possible. Having done it for two different seasons with two different leads and finishing second twice, it could be unique from my perspective. I'm not sure what direction I would go, whether it would be a tell-all. I haven’t thought too much about it, but you never know."

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Nick really is the best man for the job when it comes to writing the ultimate behind-the-scenes Bachelorette book. His charm must be off the charts if he managed to woo two amazing women -- but it's equally fascinating that both ladies realized at the last minute he wasn't a keeper for them.

I felt for Viall when Kaitlyn rejected him because it really did seem like he was into her. But there's something about him that reminds me of James Franco's character Harry Osborn in Spider-Man. He wants to be a good guy, sometimes, but usually winds up saying or doing something that turns him into the ultimate antihero. I feel like it's one of those qualities that makes Viall stand apart from other bachelors and lends him an air of mystery -- which will make fans of the show want to read his book even more.

Viall may never actually write a tell-all book -- but I bet scores of publishers are knocking down his door because he is, by far, the best bachelor for the job.

 

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