After Monique’s shock exit at the last cocktail party, the rest of the Bachelorettes are on a mission to out Abbie’s game plan on tonight’s episode of The Bachelor Australia.
After 29 days of gruelling challenges, minimal food and constant mind games, it was finally time for the Champions and Contenders to drop their buffs and merge into one tribe. But for Queensland marketing executive, Andy Meldrum, it meant the end of his game.
Big wave surfer Ross Clarke-Jones said a sad farewell to his Survivor family tonight after a shock accident during a challenge ended his time on the island.
Fifteen-year-old singer, Olina Loau and 13-year-old warrior dancer, Sienna Osborne, are the first two acts through to the AUSTRALIA’S GOT TALENT Grand Final.
It was another tense Tribal Council as “Dirty Harry” and Janine “The Godmother” continued to battle it out. But it was NSW pro-wrestler, Matt Farrelly who got caught in the crossfire and sent home.
Nicole Scherzinger was in tears as she awarded her Golden Buzzer to indigenous artist Mitch Tambo after his exhilarating performance of ‘Walanbaa’, an original song which blended his beautiful Gamilaraay language, yidaki (didgeridoo) and traditional dance with contemporary beats and rhythms.
Still reeling from the revelations at the last cocktail party, Matt wasn’t sure where his head was at and tensions among the Bachelorettes were running high on tonight’s The Bachelor Australia.
The fallout from the last cocktail party left the house divided and the drama continued in tonight’s The Bachelor Australia.
It was a controversial Tribal Council tonight after the ex-Champions threw the immunity challenge in order to get Harry voted out of the game. But in yet another Survivor twist, Harry played his Idol which resulted in Victorian educator, Casey Hawkins going home.
Former Bachelorette star impressed the female judges, but the “cheese factor” was too much for the male judges
It seemed not even Shaun, who has been dubbed ‘the challenge-beast’, was enough to break the curse of the Champions, with the tribe once again facing Tribal Council. After an attempted blindside backfired, it was Victorian police officer, Hannah Pentreath who was sent home.
With the dust settling after the last cocktail party and mass elimination, it was back to the business of vying for Matt’s heart on The Bachelor Australia.
It was time to even the playing field in tonight’s dramatic episode of Australian Survivor when the contestants were told to drop their buffs! New tribes were formed, but that didn’t stop the curse of the Champions as they were sent back to Tribal Council, blindsiding VIP gaming manager, Sam Schoers.
It was his first time holding a mic but singer Jayden Appleby floored the judges
Despite powerhouse efforts in physical challenges and solid leadership around the camp, a misguided choice in friends early in the game saw Andrew Ettingshausen (ET) sent home from Tribal Council last night.
Seven-year-old JJ Pantano’s brazen comedy routine earned the third Golden Buzzer of the season, this time from Shane Jacobson who got his own start as a 10-year-old on the Palais Theatre stage.
Elimination: Danush, 34, VIC; Georgie, 32 QLD; Hannah, 25 VIC; Sam, 29, VIC; Tara, 25, VIC; Tash, 34, NSW.
At the rose ceremony, with only 17 roses to give out, Matt said goodbye to Sophie and Keely.
The Champions were unravelled once again tonight, sending Olympic Gold medallist, Steven Bradbury home. Having been sent to Tribal Council three nights in a row, the Champs are in desperate need of leadership and teamwork if they’re going to make it to the end.
Tensions were high and emotions were raw in an epic blindside that saw former Politician and ex-Olympian Nova Peris voted out.
Singer Olina Loau’s powerhouse performance of ‘Never Enough’ from The Greatest Showman received a standing ovation and compelled an emotional Ricki-Lee to award the 15-year-old schoolgirl from Western Sydney her Golden Buzzer.
Marathon swimmer Susie Maroney was eliminated from Australian Survivor tonight after CEO Powerhouse Janine Allis used an impassioned speech to save her spot in the tribe.
Larissa Takchi has become the youngest winner in MasterChef Australia history
It was an emotional homecoming for the spectacular garden reveal at Pete & Courtney’s. Tim & Mat received a perfect score from all three judges and the homeowners, securing them a place in the Grand Final alongside fellow Melbourne team Pete & Courtney and South Australia’s Lisa & Andy.