Spoilers are coming out for "The Bachelor" 2017 with Nick Viall even though he isn't even done filming yet. Now Chris Harrison is sharing a few spoilers, and it looks like Nick is going to be pretty emotional this season, even pulling what is known as a Jason Mesnick where you uncontrollablycry after the decisions on this show.

What happened with Nick Viall?

Chris Harrison spoke with Mario Lopez and shared the news that Nick Viall will have a bit of a break down this season on the show. Chris admits that he knows some of the fans were unsure about Nick being the man handing out roses.

Chris says that Nick is a "good guy" and that he does a good job on the show. It looks like this is going to be a season that you do not want to miss.

Chris shared that Nick will hit a low point during the journey, but the thing is that happens for everyone. Nick has been on the show before, but everyone knows that Nick Viall doesn't cry all the time so this isn't something everyone expected to see on this season.

A source explained that the start of the season is calm, but of course, it doesn't stay that way at all.

The insider says that eventually, Nick Viall had a full on meltdown and several of the girls are crying this season, too. That is something that everyone is used to seeing happen, though.

Reality Steve has been going to Twitter and his blog to share spoilers as well. At this point, Nick is down to his final four girls. He did share that one of the girls this season that makes it to the final four is African American, which is a first for the show.

Nick may do a few firsts before the season is over.

Are you shocked to hear that Nick Viall breaks down in tears on this season of "The Bachelor" 2017? Are you ready to see Nick handing out the roses? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss the new season of "The Bachelor" 2017 when it starts airing on ABC in January. This is going to be a wild season that you don't want to miss as Nick Viall gets another chance to find love on reality television.

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