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RECAP | Brooke chooses her final two on THE BACHELORETTE AUSTRALIA

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Eliminated: Holly, 27, NSW.

On tonight’s penultimate episode of The Bachelorette Australia, Brooke went on three special dates with final suitors Darvid, Holly and Jamie-Lee, before saying goodbye to Holly at the end of their emotional date.

‘Persian Prince’ Darvid was up first, surprising Brooke with a romantic kayak ride down the Glenworth Valley River. After riding quad bikes through the forest, the pair sat down to discuss the logistics of how their relationship would work in different cities.

Next up was Jamie-Lee, who arranged a romantic hike for her special date with Brooke. Later, as the ladies cosied up around a campfire, Jamie-Lee finally admitted to Brooke that she was in love with her.

Last up was Holly, who surprised Brooke with a beautiful private show at the Sydney Dance Company. Later, the pair sat down to discuss the roadblocks which arose at hometowns.

After a heated conversation around non-negotiables involving children and moving cities, both Holly and Brooke broke down as they realised their relationship couldn’t progress any further.

Viewers shared their thoughts on Holly and Brooke’s ultimate end:

Tomorrow, in an epic season finale of The Bachelorette Australia, Brooke will pledge her love to either Darvid or Jamie-Lee.

The Bachelorette Australia Grand Finale. Tomorrow Night At 7.30pm. Only On 10 And 10 Play On Demand.

Note: Due to an ongoing dispute regarding editorial independence, the 10 Network and its parent company ViacomCBS declined to provide assistance with the preparation of this content.

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Eliminated: Holly, 27, NSW.

On tonight’s penultimate episode of The Bachelorette Australia, Brooke went on three special dates with final suitors Darvid, Holly and Jamie-Lee, before saying goodbye to Holly at the end of their emotional date.

‘Persian Prince’ Darvid was up first, surprising Brooke with a romantic kayak ride down the Glenworth Valley River. After riding quad bikes through the forest, the pair sat down to discuss the logistics of how their relationship would work in different cities.

Next up was Jamie-Lee, who arranged a romantic hike for her special date with Brooke. Later, as the ladies cosied up around a campfire, Jamie-Lee finally admitted to Brooke that she was in love with her.

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Last up was Holly, who surprised Brooke with a beautiful private show at the Sydney Dance Company. Later, the pair sat down to discuss the roadblocks which arose at hometowns.

After a heated conversation around non-negotiables involving children and moving cities, both Holly and Brooke broke down as they realised their relationship couldn’t progress any further.

Viewers shared their thoughts on Holly and Brooke’s ultimate end:

Tomorrow, in an epic season finale of The Bachelorette Australia, Brooke will pledge her love to either Darvid or Jamie-Lee.

The Bachelorette Australia Grand Finale. Tomorrow Night At 7.30pm. Only On 10 And 10 Play On Demand.

Note: Due to an ongoing dispute regarding editorial independence, the 10 Network and its parent company ViacomCBS declined to provide assistance with the preparation of this content.

Matthew Simmonds
Matthew Simmonds is a journalist and blogger, with a keen interest in the world of Reality TV. He loves exploring both what’s happening in front of the camera but also how the magic comes together behind the scenes. If not glued to the TV bingeing one of the newest obsessions or a timeless series, you’ll find Matthew endlessly scrolling through Twitter (and he may even tweet a time or two). Matthew’s also a final-year Communication student, majoring in Journalism, at the Queensland University of Technology.
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