‘Bachelorette’ hook-up: Nick Viall Bachelorette

Published: June 24, 2015

‘Bachelorette’ hook-up: Nick Viall Bachelorette, Let’s talk about sex. Actually, let’s let Kaitlyn Bristowe take the reins on that one.

After sleeping with Season 11 villain Nick Viall on Monday night’s episode of “The Bachelorette,” the Canadian beauty was left with more than just an empty bed the following morning.

“I’m feeling guilt,” Kaitlyn explains. “I don’t necessarily feel guilty about the act, but for the relationships I have. I’m concerned Nick will say something to the guys.”

Though Nick coyly rehashes the eventful evening to the other contenders – leaving out a few minor details, of course – Kaitlyn is finally opening up about that fateful night months later.

“I am a very in-the-moment person and I tried to just separate each relationship, and they all move at different paces,” Bristowe explained on ABC’s “Good Morning America” Tuesday. “That one moved a little quicker than others and maybe the timing wasn’t ideal.”

Although she has yet to come clean to the other suitors (we’ll have to wait until next week for that), Bristowe admits that the backlash over her choice is disheartening to say the least.

“It’s obviously tough when you get to a thousand .?.?. and thousands of messages that are very negative but I just try to avoid it,” she says. “Everybody has their opinions and no matter what I did throughout this season people will have their opinions.”

Including a few members of the “Bachelor” family:

This is when you take off your mic…. #TheBachelorette

— Andi Dorfman (@AndiDorfman) June 23, 2015

Viall’s former flame and Season 10 “Bachelorette” Andi Dorfman threw some major shade Bristowe’s way during her hotel romp.

“Rule no. 1 Never kiss and tell, Rule no. 2 Never kiss and tell twice. . . .”

Unlike Dorfman, who was famously slut-shamed by Viall less than a year ago, Viall is singing a different tune nowadays.

Kaitlyn acknowledging that there are others involved shows she respects the emotional connection men can have to sex #TheBachelorette

— Nick Viall (@viallnicholas28) June 23, 2015

Both men and women have an equal right to have sex without judgement #TheBachelorette #bachelorette

— Nick Viall (@viallnicholas28) June 23, 2015

“Sex is not shameful. Whether we admit it or not, sex is important part of many serious and meaningful relationships,” the software sales exec tweeted Monday night. “Kaitlyn showed a lot of courage by admitting 2 having sex on national TV knowing that she will be unfairly judged by some.”

Even if the remaining suitors don’t agree with Kaitlyn’s choice, at least she has Amy Schumer on her side.

Oh no someone slept with a guy they’re dating and considering marrying! Showing love for @kaitlynbristowe pic.twitter.com/ye15yYqAZq

— Amy Schumer (@amyschumer) June 23, 2015


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