Nick Viall Attends Same Coachella Party As ‘Bachelor’ Exes & It’s As Awkward As It Sounds

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Apr. 18 2017, Updated 7:58 p.m. ET

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In the real world, an awkward run-in with your ex means you bump into each other at the grocery store, or even at a mutual friend’s party (which FYI is absolutely awful). However, for a former Bachelor, an awkward run-in with an ex can actually mean running into multiple exes – by multiple I mean like 6 – at the same time, while you’re with your fiancé, at a paid gig! Can you say, awkward of all awkward moments? This was the case for Nick Viall and who attended the same Coachella party as his Bachelor exes, while also with his fiancée, Vanessa Grimaldi.

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Nick and Vanessa were spotted attending the Desert Oasis party hosted by, Her Campus and Foray Collective, to kick-off Coachella weekend.

While it is unclear if Nick knew in advance that his exes – Raven Gates, Kristina Schulman, Sarah Vendal, Dominique Alexis, Astrid Loch, and Taylor Nolan – were also going to be there, we can’t help but assume that it was still at least a little uncomfortable for a few of the parties involved – Raven was just one rose away from winning Nick’s heart, that just screams awkward tension!

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Other Bachelor ladies were also there, including Becca Tilley and Amanda Stanton. As Bachelor Nation knows, Nick and Amanda had a brief “thing” on Bachelor In Paradise, bringing Nick’s grand total of party attendees that he’s dated to 7!

It seems like Vanessa and Nick couldn’t look around the party without being reminded of Nick’s past relationships in some way, shape, or form.

Do you think Nick and Vanessa felt any awkward tension during the party? Sound off in the comments!


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