Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - NEWS - By Tif­fany Dunk

AS the say­ing goes, there’s no rest for the wicked. But as Osher Guns­berg pre­pares to launch straight from the hec­tic shoot­ing sched­ule of The Bach­e­lor into The Bach­e­lorette, fea­tur­ing the ap­pro­pri­ately named Ge­or­gia Love (pic­tured, with Guns­berg), he says noth­ing could be fur­ther from the truth.

“I’m not go­ing to lie to you, I did … pur­chase a self-in­flat­ing sin­gle bed and a cou­ple of blan­kets so I can steal an hour or two of sleep on set,” he laughs.

While scep­tics scoff at the premise of the dat­ing shows, it speaks vol­umes that many of the re­la­tion­ships sur­vive.

“There’s a line in the Pixar film The In­cred­i­bles where the kid says, ‘If ev­ery­body is su­per, no one is’,” Guns­berg says. “When the room is full of men who are all tall and hand­some with mus­cles … if ev­ery­one is like that, then no one is. So all you’ve got is who you are. And … noth­ing beats kind­ness.” THE BACH­E­LORETTE AUS­TRALIA WED­NES­DAY-THURS­DAY, 7.30PM, WIN

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