The fourth time was apparently not the charm for “Bachelor” franchise mainstay Nick Viall.Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi, who got engaged during the “Bachelor” Season 21 finale that aired in March, have called off their engagement, with the pair announcing the bad news.“It’s with a great amount of heartbreak for the both us as we have decided to end our engagement. We gave this relationship our all and we are saddened that we did not get the fairytale ending we hoped for,” Viall and Grimaldi said in a joint statement Friday. “We will continue to be there for each other no matter what.
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