Nick Viall Confesses His Biggest Regret With Andi Dorfman

He wants a do-over. Apparently, Nick Viall regrets dishing about sleeping with Andi Dorfman. Nick recently opened up about about that infamous Bachelorette After the Final Rose special for Andi's season, when he confessed that they had slept together in the fantasy suites.

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Until Nick divulged that information, we all pretty much assumed that things went bump in the night behind those closed doors, but no one talked about it. 

Anyway, Nick is finally going to be the leading man for the upcoming season of The Bachelor, and he shared with People magazine recently that while he doesn't regret sleeping with Andi (and then Kaitlyn Bristowe on her season), he wishes he hadn't been quite so open about it.

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"I don't think sex is a taboo thing," he confessed to the mag. "I'm an open book so I don't mind the fact that it's out there. 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."

He also said that he feels frustrated that people would portray him as a man-slut, or judge the ladies for being intimate with him. "People can't be objective," he declared.

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Nick also feels that it was unfair that Andi and Kaitlyn got any flack at all for his confessions, since such an unfair double standard exists. He explained that he regretted that his openness ended up hurting Andi, saying, "Women have as much right as men to do whatever they want behind closed doors."

So what about his own fantasy suite dates coming up on his season of The Bachelor? "I haven't really thought specifically about it," he admitted. "But I'm not going to be afraid to have some honest and candid conversations with the women."

 

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