"Nobody's perfect," the former Bachelor tells ET. "That's a understatement, right? Obviously, could his delivery have been a little different with comments he had made? Absolutely, 100 percent. "But I think, if anything, the show is going to miss him. I think they do. I think ratings, I mean, those don't lie. They're kind of already showing that. It's sad for all parties involved. I know Chris. I know Chris is a good person and I wish him nothing but the best going forward with whatever he does. But I think the show is going to regret letting him go. I do."