Three years after “Bachelor” star Nick Viall and fiancée Vanessa Grimaldi known as it quits, the earlier couple is once more throughout the spotlight — kind of.
On Tuesday, Grimaldi, 32, appeared on the latest installment of Viall’s newest Patreon endeavor, “Nick V. Talks Trash TV,” whereby the reality TV alum, 39, chats with a number of of his exes, collectively with Rachel Lindsay and Corinne Olympios.
“I truly merely did not know what she would say,” Viall suggested Web web page Six on Friday, noting he and Grimaldi “hadn’t truly had any communication or interaction with each other” thus far few years.
“However she was very gracious and very nice,” he talked about.
Viall, a longtime Bachelor Nation favorite, appeared on “The Bachelorette” in back-to-back years, 2014 and 2015, respectively, the place he accomplished second every events. In 2017, ABC gave him the keys to the driving force’s seat as “The Bachelor,” the place he acquired engaged to Grimaldi, 32, on the end of his season. They break up within the summertime of 2017.
Viall talked about he and Grimaldi, who launched her engagement to Josh Wolfe remaining month, had a “truly honest dialog” via the alternate.
“We had a really honest dialog and talk about regarding the challenges of our relationship, and I really feel truly people is perhaps on account of neither of us talked about it the least bit, and I really feel it was good to type of merely put it on the market with every of us type of being within the an identical room so to speak,” Viall talked about.
“It ended up going along with I’ll have most likely hoped nonetheless in a extremely type of honest methodology,” he continued.
As for what can appear on “Nick V. Talks Trash TV” ultimately, Viall is looking at completely different streaming reveals to most likely analyze, alongside with “binge-worthy” older movies.
“I really feel significantly on this space now, I really feel all of us miss water cooler talk about, in the case of getting collectively in communities or going to work and talking about this,” Viall talked about. “I really feel that is type of what we’re attempting to do on my Patreon, merely type of have a spot for a bunch for people to talk about a number of of their favorite TV reveals, whether or not or not it is garbage TV or nostalgic movies, merely type of have pleasing with it and protect it light.”