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Bachelor After the Final Rose 2017: Nick and Vanessa Face Tough Questions

By Amy Barton | Mar 13th, 2017

Immediately following the dramatic two-hour Bachelor finale 2017, emotions run high as Nick Viall sits down with Chris Harrison – live – to discuss his final two women of the season, Vanessa and Raven, on After the Finale Rose 2017. With guest appearances from the next Bachelorette, Rachel Lindsay and several surprise suitors, this live, unpredictable special had it all! Ready for all of the jaw-dropping, rose-worthy details? Keep reading for Bachelor Spoilers from The Bachelor: After the Final Rose!

Raven Heads to Paradise: We all know by now that Nick chose Vanessa, but before we see the happy couple make their public debut together, Nick has to first face the girl he sent home: Raven. After wishing Nick well, Raven says she's going to continue her search for love and reveals she's heading to Paradise! Watch below.


Nick and Vanessa Make It Official: After appearing in public for the first time since their engagement, the couple faces some serious questions from Chris Harrison. "We know we have a long way to go," says Nick. Watch below.

What's Next for Nick and Vanessa? While Nick gears up to take a spin on the dance floor with partner Peta Murgatroyd on Dancing with the Stars, will Vanessa join him in Los Angeles or stay in Canada? Watch below.

Chris's Epic Surprise for Rachel: "The Bachelorette starts right here, right now!" Chris Harrison shocks Rachel when he says she's about to meet four of the men from her upcoming season. See them here and follow Rachel's journey when The Bachelorette premieres MONDAY, MAY 22

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