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RECAP | Body paint and breakdowns in latest FARMER WANTS A WIFE episode

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Romance heats up and tempers flare on Farmer Wants a Wife with new farmer introductions and surprising exits.

Last night on Farmer Wants A Wife, tensions and romance escalated as the ladies designed intimate dates to deepen their connections with their respective farmers. This strategic move came just before a surprise announcement rattled the participants.

Krissy aimed to recapture the spark from a previous special day with Farmer Tom, setting up a very personal date. Meanwhile, Sophie catered to Farmer Dustin‘s preference for simplicity with a quaint date beside the dam.

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Keely, after much anticipation, decided to strip things back literally with Farmer Joe using body paint.

“I was definitely very happy to see Joe in his birthday suit. I think all the other girls are probably going to hate me for this,”

she confessed, as tensions amongst the ladies presumably spiked.

While Brooke relished her time with Farmer Bert, Karli took matters into her own hands:

“I’m just going to steal Bert away, just give him a little taste tester of what my date could have been,”

she asserted, revealing her determination not to be overlooked.

Brooke, witnessing Karli‘s bold maneuver, was left heartbroken.

The romantic whirlwind was further stirred when the show’s host Sam Armytage sent a late-night message instructing the farmers to immediately pack and leave the farm, introducing a cloud of uncertainty over the evening.

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The suspense was short-lived as co-host Natalie Gruzlewski introduced a fresh face to the farm, Farmer Todd, who is set to begin his search for love. His introduction promises new dynamics and potential alliances among the contestants.

Looking forward, Farmer Todd is slated to speed date eight women in the upcoming Sunday episode, selecting his top five to continue on the romantic journey. Additionally, Nat Gruzlewski plans a romantic camping trip under the stars for the group, ensuring the romance—and drama—remains at a peak.

Farmer Wants A Wife, continues Sunday at 7pm, and Monday and Tuesday at 7:30pm on Channel 7 and 7plus.

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