Nick, who starred on The Bachelor's 21st season, took to TikTok on Sunday after watching a screener of The Bachelor 26 finale, which is set to air as a two-night event on Monday, March 14 and Tuesday, March 15 with both broadcasts airing at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.
On Arie's The Bachelor season, he dumped fiance Becca Kufrin and asked his runner-up Lauren Burnham for a second chance. He then proposed to Lauren on After the Final Rose and the couple got engaged.
Colton jumped a fence onThe Bachelor's 23rd season after he thought his love, Cassie Randolph, was going to quit the show, which in turn made him uninterested in resuming the process, and Peter got engaged to Hannah Ann Sluss only to dump her a few weeks later and attempt to reconcile with Madison Prewett.
"As soon as it starts, it's just nuts!"
Nick did not reveal any specific details about the finale, but he insisted it's a must-watch event.
"Moment after moment, I'm just most of the time shaking my head in disbelief," he said of watching the footage unfold. "And then, there are some iconic moments. There are ICONIC moments."
"I feel like you should know -- this is not an ad or anything -- but you have to watch it!" Nick concluded.
"It will be the most talked-about finale, I think, ever. EVER. It's nuts. Nuts!"
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In a preview of the upcoming finale, Clayton addresses his Final 2 bachelorettes Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia at the Rose Ceremony following Fantasy Suite dates in Reykjavik, Iceland.
With two roses on a podium, Clayton announces, "I am in love with each of you, and I also was intimate with both of you."
Gabby and Rachel are both shown crying as a result, with Rachel saying, "I never thought he could be in love with all three of us -- IN love!"
Clayton was actually "the most in love" with Susie Evans, who left the show in third place after finding out the Bachelor had sex and said he was in love with both Gabby and Rachel in the Fantasy Suites.
Gabby also laments, "I can't believe anything you say -- not one thing!"
And Rachel calls her reaction "the worst feeling" she's ever had, before Clayton breaks down in a confessional about feeling "so broken."
Even Clayton's own father, Brian, tells the Bachelor that he "screwed the pooch" in this situation.
"I wish I never would've fallen in love," Clayton admits to his parents in tears.
Previously-eliminated The Bachelor bachelorette Teddi Wright apparently knows details about the finale given she's friends with the Final 3 bachelorettes, and she told Clayton at The Women Tell All taping that she hopes he's "okay."
The Bachelor host Jesse Palmer also teased on The Women Tell All special this will be the "most dramatic" finale of the franchise ever.
And The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss tweeted in late February, "This season's finale of #TheBachelorABC is totally spoiler-proof. No one knows how it will end, cuz it ain't over til it's over! And it ain't over."
During the latest episode of The Bachelor, Susie Evans abruptly left the show during her Fantasy Suite date with Clayton because she was too heartbroken about his choices earlier in the week to continue on in the Season 26 process.
Susie had been hoping Clayton would save himself for her and prove his love, so she felt extremely let down. Clayton's actions made Susie question if she could ever accept a marriage proposal from Clayton in only one week.
But before Susie could quit the show, Clayton beat her to the punch and said he was "done" with her and she had totally "invalidated" everything about their relationship.
Clayton scolded Susie for not sharing her dealbreaker and/or ultimatum about sex with him sooner, and he couldn't believe that she wasn't willing to forgive him and give him another chance.
"Because of my faith, I believe everything happens for a reason," Clayton told Susie.
"And I'm just going to take that and move forward in my life... At some point, I'll end up finding somebody who will actually stick through it and will understand me for who I am and will fight for me as much as I fight for them."
Clayton complained, "I thought you were that person and you're not that person. This is how it's supposed to end, and I'm done."
In her final words, Susie expressed how she thought Clayton would have treated her with more grace and compassion.