He kisses and tells. Nick Viall couldn’t cease grinning as he chatted about his ‘enjoyable’ makeout session with a person whereas showing in a vlog with ‘Name Your Daddy’ podcast hosts Sofia Franklyn and Alexandra Cooper.
Nick Viall, 38, courted ladies on Season 21 of The Bachelor, however he’s open to experimentation. “I made out with my first man yesterday. It was enjoyable,” Nick breezily mentioned, smiling, throughout a vlog for the Name Your Daddy podcast, uploaded on April 15. Podcast co-hosts Sofia Franklyn and Alexandra Cooper had many questions — as an example, was he nervous? “I used to be somewhat bit, yeah,” Nick admitted, and he additionally confirmed there was “tongue” concerned within the steamy second. You’ll be able to hear Nick’s confession on the 10:30 mark within the video above.
Remember that that is additionally the identical Nick who didn’t maintain again when discussing his secret romance with Kaitlyn Bristowe, 33 — a fling that occurred earlier than they flirted with each other on tv in Season 11 of The Bachelorette. Now, Nick is “open to assembly somebody” and settling down after his romances with each Kaitlyn and the “winner” of his Bachelor season, Vanessa Grimaldi, ended, which he EXCLUSIVELY instructed HollywoodLife. Nonetheless, relating to assembly that “somebody,” it “simply hasn’t occurred but,” the four-time Bachelor star instructed us throughout a dwell taping for his The Viall Recordsdata podcast on March 31.
Though Nick hasn’t put a label on his sexuality up to now, he’s identified for being frank about his intercourse life basically! Recall the notorious Season 10 finale of The Bachelorette, through which Nick revealed that he and the present’s star, Andi Dorfman, had intercourse within the fantasy suite. “In the event you weren’t in love with me, I’m simply undecided why you made like to me,” Nick instructed Andi, who had simply chosen contestant Josh Murray over Nick. Andi wasn’t too happy about this confession being made on nationwide TV, particularly for the reason that ABC present retains its distance from getting too specific.