Nick Viall actually got an advice from the management of ABC to pick Vanessa Grimaldi and not Corinne Olympios as the winner of "The Bachelor" 2017. It has been reported that he has been advised to choose scandal-free Vanessa over Olympios.
The show gets exciting as Nick is having a hard time choosing for the winner and for the lucky lady who will receive the rose. A lot of viewers, as well as fans, are rooting for Vanessa as Corinne has been considered and looked as the villain of the show.
As reported by, Nick Vial might end up choosing Vanessa as the show ends since this is an order from the ABC Management. However, it has been reported also that he has no other choice but to follow this advice even if it's Corinne who he wants as reported also on Just Jared.
"The Bachelor" 2017 spoilers also claimed that the final four for this season are Vanessa Grimaldi, Corinne Olympios, Rachel Lindsay, and Raven Gates. And as what the report was claiming, Nick will end up choosing Grimaldi over Corinne even if he is forced to do so.
It has been claimed too by some reports that Nick Viall has fallen for Corinne Olympios in the show even is she has been considered as the villain. He is attracted to her in a lot of ways and he even loves how she is pursuing him throughout the show. Nick even defended Corinne's wild antics, the way she pursues him and her behavior in "The Bachelor" 2017. It can be recalled that she was the first contestant who shows off her breasts as well as taking on the aggressive manner to get Nick Viall's attention.
Because of his confessions in the show and the way he's protecting her, fans are wondering if he is just being persuaded to pick Vanessa Grimaldi as she is considered the safe pick as per Reality Steve. It can be remembered that Nick was also considered as the villain before in "The Bachelorette."
Nick Viall's choice might get controversial as the management prefers Vanessa Grimaldi over Corinne Olympios. But it will always be the bachelor who will have the last say in the final rose ceremony of "The Bachelor" 2017.