"Bachelor" Nick Viall and his fiancée Vanessa Grimaldi may finally be engaged, but that hasn't stopped them from being criticized in the public eye.
Monday night on "The Bachelor" finale, the 36-year-old Viall got down on one knee and proposed to the 29-year-old special education teacher from Quebec, Canada.
Grimaldi said "yes," and the pair appear to be well on their way to spending the rest of their lives together.
However, Nick and Vanessa are reportedly feeling the heat following their appearance on "After the Final Rose."
Apparently, some folks feel "The Bachelor" and his fiancée didn't appear that infatuated with one another. ET's Lauren Zima caught up with Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi in LA on Tuesday to talk about the criticism, and the couple had an awesome response.
Speaking on their "After the Final Rose" segment, Viall said,
I don't know what all the criticism is about, this is arguably the most likable Nick Viall has been during season 21 of "The Bachelor."
The 36-year-old continued,
The 29-year-old Grimaldi also opened up about her recent engagement. She said,
Nick Viall also spoke about a timetable for the actual wedding day. He said,