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Win­ners & losers


When “Un­cle Sam” made his Bach­e­lor In Par­adise en­trance, Tara never thought the long-haired lar­rikin would be the man of her dreams. But in what’s been de­scribed as the fairy­tale ro­mance of the sea­son, Woman’s Day can now re­veal the pair are set to wed!

With ru­mours swirling that one con­tes­tant pops the ques­tion at the end of the se­ries, our in­sider says the loved-up cou­ple tak­ing their re­la­tion­ship to the next level are in fact Tara, 28, and Sam, 31, who’ve won a le­gion of fans since ce­ment­ing their ro­mance on the show. “They are in love and it’s com­pletely gen­uine,” says

our source. “They didn’t ar­gue once in Par­adise – it’s as if they were des­tined to be to­gether!”

Our in­sider also re­veals Sam – who is be­lieved to have moved out of his flat in Syd­ney and into Tara’s Gold Coast apart­ment to be closer to his bride-to-be – did ev­ery­thing in his power to make sure the pro­posal was as mem­o­rable as pos­si­ble.

“He told the other boys they’d bet­ter not pro­pose to any­one as he didn’t want any­thing to ruin his and Tara’s mo­ment,” the source says.

While view­ers might ques­tion his move and think it’s too soon, his co-stars are all hop­ing it’ll work out, as they’re the per­fect cou­ple.

Die-hard fans of the show won’t be too sur­prised by the news, given Sam and Tara’s loved-up dis­plays on so­cial me­dia. Just last week, head-over-heels Sam cap­tioned a shot of them kiss­ing, “such a beau­ti­ful mo­ment with an in­cred­i­ble hu­man”. For weeks, view­ers have spec­u­lated it’s Sam’s voice that fea­tures in the ad that teases a pro­posal – and Tara has the low­est odds as the con­tes­tant set to say “yes” on Sports­bet.

“It looks like Sam might be get­ting down on one knee!” wrote one user. “It DOES sound like Sam!” added an­other ex­cit­edly.

Sam and Tara have fallen head over heels!

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