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Nick Viall is the Next Bachelor for 2017

By Erica Brown & Sarah Huggins | Aug 30th, 2016

Who is the next Bachelor? Everyone is dying to know. Now it's official! Nick Viall is the next Bachelor 2017! Nick is no stranger to Bachelor Nation. He was the runner-up on both Kaitlyn Bristowe's and Andi Dorfman's seasons of The Bachelorette and a current participant on the third season of Bachelor in Paradise. Is Nick ready to put all the heartbreak behind him as he searches for his one true love? Find out when he stars in Season 21 of The Bachelor in January 2017! 

The big news was revealed live on Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise. How does Nick feel about being the new Bachelor? And what is he looking for in a woman? Watch the video below to see Nick's Bachelor announcement.

WATCH: Nick Viall Is Announced as the Next Bachelor

Why would Nick decide to take a fourth chance to find love as the star of The Bachelor? And what happened to him at the end of this season's Bachelor in Paradise? Find out how his summer journey ends on the 2-night season finale MONDAY & TUESDAY 8|7c. Plus, be sure to tune in for next week's Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise because our new Bachelor will be making another appearance!

WATCH: Nick vs. Josh on Bachelor in Paradise

WATCH: Kaitlyn Breaks Up with Nick

WATCH: Andi Breaks Up with Nick

The Bachelor Season 21 means new beginnings for Nick. This time he'll be the one handing out the roses -- and, hopefully, finally find his happy ending. Do you have a favorite Nick moment from his time in Bachelor Nation? Sound off in the comments section below.

Stay tuned for information on the lucky ladies soon-to-be vying for Nick's heart. You won't want to miss a second of The Bachelor Season 21 and Nick's journey to find his soulmate!

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