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SNEAK PEEK | Is Jimmy our most romantic Bachelor yet?

There’s more to First Officer Jimmy Nicholson than meets the eye.

From speed boats to sky planes, Jimmy is pulling out all the stops to impress the bevy of amazing Bachelorettes when The Bachelor Australia premieres on Wednesday, 21 July at 7.30pm on 10 and 10 Play On Demand.

While the dates might be out of this world, there will be plenty of old-fashioned romance on dry land.

Whether showing the girls where he grew up, or taking them on thrilling adventures, he appears to be winning them over.

“This guy’s like superman, like, there’s nothing he can’t do.”

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If Ten’s latest promo is anything to go off, we can expect steamy kisses, extravagant dates, and a number of potential prospects for Jimmy!

The Bachelor Australia premieres Wednesday, 21 July at 7.30pm, only on 10 and 10 Play On Demand.

Abbey Mikkelsen
Abbey Mikkelsen is a producer of the ANJ, ROB & ROBBO SHOW, having worked previously at STUDIO 10 as the Production Assistant. She is a writer and producer of the TV BLACKBOX podcast, and contributor to the TV Blackbox website. She is also the host & executive producer of the PLAYING IT BY EAR podcast. For all media enquiries, please contact Abbey via: [email protected]
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