If you asked me if this guy looked like someone who would take a plethora of chicks into the "Fantasy Suite" to get on the train to Bone Town, I would give you a resounding, "Heck yes, look at that face!"
But looks, as they say, are deceiving, and people can apparently change.
Nick Viall, who appeared on two seasons of "The Bachelorette" and one season of "Bachelor in Paradise," slept with Kaitlyn Bristowe before the Fantasy Suite and publicly declared Andi Dorfman made love to him.
Apparently, being quick to jump in the sack didn't win any ladies over.
As we await Nick's season of "The Bachelor," fans are wondering -- will Nick sleep with everyone before the Fantasy Suite episode or nah?
Probably not. I think I'm going to use that time to, you know, really get to know the women.
No sex early on? *Rolls eyes* I mean, bring a book then. Booooring.
Viall assured fans this season will still be "wild." He adds,
We'll still make it steamy.
I don't know... I don't usually trust a man with better beach curls than me...
Viall says "honesty and authenticity" are most important to him when it comes to the contestants.
I'll be honest with you, Nick. I just don't know how anyone is supposed to find love in 2016 if they don't have sex on reality TV, so hopefully the Fantasy Suites deliver (after you get to know the women, of course).
Viall doesn't plan on sugarcoating his personality when he takes the spot as "prize" on the dating show. He said,
I never really focused too much about public perception. For better or for worse, I'm going to be myself and not always edit myself. My goal isn't to be Mr. Popular… My hope is that over time people will continue to appreciate the person I am, and I feel like, especially after 'Paradise,' they've done a little bit of that. I hope that continues.
Basically, it's the equivalent of me walking into every room I have ever entered and shouting, "I'm not here to make friends!" when I so desperately want people to love me.
Season 21 of "The Bachelor" premieres on Jan 2 on ABC.