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RE­VIEW THE BACH­E­LOR

SHOW: The Bach­e­lor CHAN­NEL: Ten TIME: 7.30pm Wed­nes­days and Thurs­days

SEA­SON six of The Bach­e­lor started off with a bang last Wed­nes­day with for­mer pro­fes­sional Rugby Union player Nick Cum­mins bad­gered by 25 beau­ti­ful women. The words “let’s go for a yarn” left the honey badger’s mouth nu­mer­ous times through­out the night, which some­how worked and he whisked away each girl for a chat, watched closely by pos­si­ble for­mer flame Cass Wood. Cass recog­nised the 2018 bach­e­lor as she waited in the car for her turn to ‘meet’ him. Ac­cord­ing to the small blonde, they went to the same gym, and had been on a cou­ple dates be­fore tim­ing and ca­reers cut it off. Whether this is an ad­van­tage or dis­ad­van­tage is yet to be seen but, as ex­pected, a lot of the women had a lot of opin­ions about it. Sea­son six has al­ready in­tro­duce its two ‘vil­lains’; an unim­pressed Vanessa Sun­shine and a very con­fi­dent Bec. Vanessa hopped out of the li­mou­sine to state she was ‘not thrilled’ with the bachy’s looks, and hopes he will be get­ting rid of his mous­tache. Bec, on the other hand, didn’t com­plain about Nick, but that could be be­cause she had spot­ted So­phie, the girl sup­pos­edly dat­ing Bec’s exboyfriend. Get ready for an abun­dance of dra­matic con­fronta­tions, tears and the phrase “I’m here for the right rea­sons” in the episodes to come - I know I’m ex­cited. This year’s bach­e­lor may not be the best look­ing one we’ve had, but he sure is Aussie, and he sure is funny, and that goes a long way in this game.

THE BATCH: Rugby Union player Nick Cum­mins will have to de­cide which of the 25 women vy­ing for his af­fec­tion will ‘cop a rose’.

with Leah An­der­son Byrne

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