Bach­e­lorette’s sec­ond look at love... and now it’s mar­riage

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BACH­E­LOR New Zealand con­tes­tant Bel Clarke is among 12 sin­gle Ki­wis who have signed up to marry a stranger on TV.

Clarke failed to win the heart of Zac Franich in the third sea­son of The Bach­e­lor, and was sent home dur­ing a group date in Thai­land.

But she clearly still be­lieves she can find love on re­al­ity TV, and Sun­day News can now re­veal her as one of the 12 brides and grooms of Three’s Mar­ried at First Sight New Zealand.

Our line-up of new­ly­weds – all pic­tured ex­clu­sively here to­day – also in­cludes a wrestler, two di­vorcees, a same-sex cou­ple and a Youtube star, who filmed a Bach­e­lor au­di­tion video as a joke.

Nearly 4000 peo­ple ap­plied to take part in the show, which sees love ex­perts match sin­gle peo­ple ac­cord­ing to sci­ence, per­son­al­ity tests and be­liefs. The cou­ples will all be legally mar­ried mo­ments af­ter they meet.

Bel, 25 Auck­land Oc­cu­pa­tion: Travel and tourism Ex-Bach­e­lorette Bel has proved she is de­ter­mined to find love in any way pos­si­ble. Af­ter be­ing dumped on tele­vi­sion ear­lier this year, she’s back for a sec­ond shot at ro­mance in front of a na­tional...

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