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What happens when your current love interest meets your new love interest? A whole lot of chat that’s what.

Oh my God, you guys, Tuesday’s episode of The Bachelor was RICH. The drama was thick enough to cut with a knife and I am here for it.

So, Osher drops the bomb that the ladies are going on a group date with their Bach AND a new hunk, Damien. Of course, all the ladies were losing their minds, but our boy Felix was not impressed.

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But when Damien finally makes his grand entrance, Felix saunters over and introduces himself like he’s not shook at all.

But then, lunch comes around and the questions start flying. Everyone is trying to make sense of this whole polyamorous situation and Abigail and Zara are completely left out of the conversation.

But Felix, being the sly dog he is, starts chatting with Damien and realizes he’s got some questions for Jessica. So, he invites her back to the Bach Pad for some one-on-one time.

And let me tell you, it looked like Jessica was starting to break down Felix’s tough exterior. So, at the rose ceremony, he gives her a rose and says goodbye to Zara.

But the drama doesn’t stop there, folks. Wednesday night, Tilly and Felix are getting steamy on a burlesque date and a familiar face returns to shake things up. I can’t wait!”

The Bachelors Australia continues Wednesday night at 7.30pm only on 10 and 10 Play.

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Kyle Laidlaw
Kyle Laidlaw
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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