"They started to kiss passionately on the plane," the source revealed, "but the moment was ruined when she got airsickness and vomited a little in his mouth."
If Viall can get over this awkward situation, it could be true love!
Grimaldi caught Viall's attention right out of the limo. After speaking in French and giving Viall a genuine hug, she walked inside the Los Angeles mansion and Viall could be heard saying, "That's a keeper."
During the cocktail party, Grimaldi told Viall how a friend had submitted aThe Bachelor application on her behalf. She wanted Viall to be the Bachelor all along but thought the chances of that happening were low.
Once Grimaldi discovered the 36-year-old former software salesman was going to be Season 21's leading man, she said "the stars aligned" for her. She told the cameras afterward the chemistry she felt with Viall was "undeniable."
Although Grimaldi failed to receive Viall's coveted First Impression Rose -- which went to Rachel Lindsay instead -- Viall handed her the very first rose at the initial Rose Ceremony.