The Bachelor's Corinne Olympios Breaks Silence on Shocking Elimination

Viewers of ABC's The Bachelor 2017 season were left hanging and disappointed when Monday night's episode featured just one of the three fantasy suite overnight dates for Nick Viall.

This week's episode of The Bachelor was only an hour, as opposed to the usual 120 minutes of jet-setting, rose-filled, wine-soaked drama.

Who do you want to win The Bachelor Season 21? "You just have to trust someone to be able to go there". The Bachelor spoilers indicate that she will ask Viall if he would be willing to move to Canada, and while he seemingly tries to sound open to it, he doesn't exactly agree that he would. He was getting ready for the Rose Ceremony in his hotel room when Andi showed up, but what does she want? As Bachelor Nation remembers, Andi had chosen Josh Murray over Nick in The Bachelorette season 10. So Nick broke the sacred privacy of the Fantasy Suite and caused public humiliation for Andi.

Spoilers suggest that the exotic location will be the venue for Nick's fantasy suite, where things heat up amid a cold, snowy background. He tells her he has "insecurities about this world", to which we say, same. Also, she's the new Bachelorette, which could put a wrench in their relationship.

Once Andi leaves, Nick decides who to send home and which three hopefuls to take with him to Finland. She shuffles into his arms and says that she's sorry if she ever did anything wrong, to which Nick says, "you never did anything wrong, ever". It appears that he doesn't know what he really wants. So there we have it, Nick and Andi bury the hatchet.

Then it was time for the rose ceremony. The odds of Rachel being in the final two feel astronomically low at this point.

Everyone is expecting Rachel to go home this week. The Season 21 villain led with her sexuality and concentrated on having fun and breaking the rules until recently, when she confessed to Nick she's in love. Andi and Nick had a very close, but also a very tumultuous relationship a few years back on The Bachelorette, and when we were in NY, where Andi lives now, she chose to pay Nick a visit. I'm going to be me.

"I've only been sexually active with one other man. Sex is a big deal to me", Raven reveals in her confessional.

Quick catch up: Last week was hometown dates, and Nick met the families of Corinne, Vanessa, Rachel and Raven. We saw Raven's VERY interesting date, and we'll hear more about that next week, followed by Rachel and Vanessa's dates. Regardless, Raven doesn't take the phrase lightly, and Nick recognizes that. A little into their date, Raven starts pouring her heart out. How could one man endure so much heartbreak? Corinne is spitting some pseudo-empowerment nonsense in the limo about how she's done trying to impress a man. He's the man Raven had walked in on while he was with another woman and she thrashed him with the other woman's stiletto. We should all be so lucky as to have a love like Warren and Annette's. Yes, at long last it's time to say goodbye to this season's most carefully crafted plot device. Raven said that man was the first time she got intimate with anyone, and she didn't reach, uh, full stimulation.

Raven's ex only told her he loved her when he was drunk but never sober and they dated like two years. She gave a handsome speech where she said he dad wished for an easy love for her and that it was easy for her to see him as a husband, father, and someone she loves. Neither were we Nick!

Andi asks Nick if he's going to have sex with any of the women in the fantasy suite, which is hilarious. Unfortunately, since Monday's episode was only an hour long, we'll have to wait until next week to find out. Get your popcorn! It's Corinne vs Taylor Round 2.

Find out what happens next on "The Bachelor", which airs in the United States every Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.

Vanessa Coleman