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Jasmine jumps to team Thomas on THE BACHELORS AUSTRALIA

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It’s 2023 and Jasmine realised that maybe her Bachelor Jed wasn’t the one for her, instead accepting a rose from Thomas at the rose ceremony. But of course, not everyone was happy about it.

With Tash still on the outs with a lot of the mansion due to her spilling of secrets, Jasmine’s mind was made up. If Jed really liked Tash, he probs wasn’t the Bach for her.

After doing some soul searching, Jasmine made a beeline for Thomas at the mansion BBQ telling him she thought he was more for her and that she would like to get to know him better.

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At the rose ceremony, Yuri spoke her truth in telling Felix not to waste a rose on her, walking out immediately and leaving the mansion behind.

While Felix said goodbye to Jess T, shockwaves were felt when Jed called Jasmine’s name and offered her a rose which she politely declined. With the last rose remaining, Thomas took it and offered it to Jasmine, sending Marnie home.

Now it was Jasmine’s turn to ruffle feathers. And who will leave the mansion next of their own accord? Find out tomorrow night!

The Bachelors Australia continues Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 7.30pm only on 10 and 10 play

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Kyle Laidlaw
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An avid media enthusiast of more than 10 years, Kyle regularly follows all things TV related, both in Australia and overseas with a particular interest in local free-to-air scheduling and new show commissions.

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