Every season on "The Bachelor" or "The Bachelorette" they bring around someone from past seasons to give advice. This season Nick Viall will be the one who needs advice and it turns out someone was there for him as well. People shared the news that Chris Soules will actually be around helping him this season. He will give Nick a bit of advice, but will probably only be there for one episode.

What did Chris have to say about joining him?

Saturday at the Rewind Convention in Bloomingdale, Illinois Chris Soules shared the news about how he would be on this season of the show.


He said that he would be giving Nick Viall advice. Chris went on to say, "I don’t know why they’re having us give advice when we’ve been unsuccessful on this journey." Chris does have a point, but obviously "The Bachelor" thinks he should be there for some reason. Fans would love to see Chris get another chance to find love on a show like "Bachelor in Paradise."

Chris Soules also shared that he isn't surprised that his ex-fiance Whitney Bischoff is engaged and he feels like she is a great girl.

Chris had nothing bad to say about her at all. If Chris Soules is dating anyone since then, he hasn't shared who he has moved on to and he isn't engaged yet. Chris has been linked with a few people from the show in the past, but has never admitted to dating any of them at all.

Right now, Nick Viall is still trying to find love on "The Bachelor." He is down to just three girls and the spoilers are starting to come out about what is going on with his season of the show.


The viewers can't wait to see Chris Soules on the show. You can assume he will probably be on the season pretty early. It will be interesting to see if any other past contestants show up with him to talk to Nick.

Are you surprised to hear that Chris Soules will be the one coming to help out Nick Viall this season? Do you think that they made the right choice? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts and don't miss Nick Viall as "The Bachelor" starting on January 2 on ABC.

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