Nick Viall finally got a "yes" to one of his "Bachelor" proposals, but it hasn't been all champagne and roses in the weeks since.

Not long after fans started questioning the happiness of Viall and his new fiancée, Vanessa Grimaldi, on Twitter, the two hit up "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" It was there that some true awkwardness ensued, all thanks to "The Newly Engaged Game." While the couple did pretty well with the challenge, there was one especially cringe-worthy moment that mostly flew under the radar.

For each question that the couple answered correctly about one another, they earned a prize. Each was better than the last ... until the final one was unveiled. Kimmel showed off a set of "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" china. Evidently, it didn't occur to him that Viall, a repeat contender, had dated two of the women featured on the plates.

That detail wasn't lost on Grimaldi, though.

"There's two of his exes here," she said.

Unfortunately, Kimmel didn't seem to hear her, and he kept the game going, asking them where they'd first made love. Their answers matched, so they won the plates. Somehow we doubt they'll be using them anytime soon.

Watch it all go down below.

[via: Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube]
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ABCTV14March 25, 2002
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ABCTV14January 27, 2003

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