Lo­cal guys to star in new TV show

Whitsunday Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

TWO of the Whit­sun­days’ most el­i­gi­ble bach­e­lors will bare their souls on na­tional tele­vi­sion in 2014.

Ken­dall Nash and Doug Davy are set to star in the new Chan­nel 9/South­ern Star En­ter­tain­ment pro­duc­tion ‘When Love Comes to Town’, which was filmed in Air­lie Beach last week.

The show’s producers brought 12 sin­gle girls from the city to the Whit­sun­days as part of their na­tion­wide search to ‘find the one’.

The girls met Ken­dall and Doug at Villa Botan­ica and spent three days get­ting to know the boys in the Whit­sun­days.

If one of the girls felt ro­mance was in the air, she had the op­tion to stay in town and pur­sue a re­la­tion­ship. Al­ter­na­tively, the girls could all move on with the show and try to find love with the next man in another town.

For­mer Get­away and Farmer Wants a Wife pre­sen­ter, Natalie Gru­zlewski, who is host­ing the show, said the Whit­sun­day bach­e­lors were “fan­tas­tic”.

With­out giv­ing too much away, she said Air­lie Beach was the 10th stop on the show and “we’ve had a ball”.

“I can say that there’s [been] a few sparks and some ro­mance along the way – plenty of highs and lows on the jour­ney,” she said.

“It has been a lot of fun and I think a few gen­uine con­nec­tions have been made as well.”

Natalie, who vis­ited the re­gion plenty of times in her role on the travel show Get­away, said the Whit­sun­days was one of her favourite places.

“We re­ally love how much com­mu­nity sup­port we’ve re­ceived and how we’ve been wel­comed with open arms - how lo­cals have re­ally got be­hind the boys in each town and Air­lie’s been no ex­cep­tion,” she said.

BACH­E­LOR BOYS: Whit­sun­day bach­e­lors Ken­dall Nash and Doug Davy will star in the Chan­nel 9/South­ern Star pro­duc­tion 'When Love Comes to Town', which filmed in Air­lie Beach last week.

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