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Feeling confident and looking forward to learning more about the top four ladies, Locky was ready to meet their family.
Bella and Irena called it quits on their friendship and Roxi walked away from the Bachelor mansion, ending her chance at love with Locky.
With COVID-19 restrictions easing, Osher announced that the women who receive a rose in the next Rose Ceremony can safely return to the mansion.
A group video call saw all the ladies reconnected with their Bachelor. Locky wasted no time in getting his love story back on track, inviting Izzy on a single date.
Osher talked the girls through how the world had changed since they first entered the house and as a result, all remaining dates would happen at the mansion.
Charley got down and dirty with Locky at the cocktail party, and Kristina and Rosemary were sent home at the rose ceremony.
Things are never easy as one seeks to find their true love - especially on TV
Feeling outraged and betrayed by Juliette’s antics with Locky, an annoyed Areeba stormed out of the cocktail party.
When Osher arrived with the first single date card, Bella was ecstatic to hear that she’d been chosen for some solo time with Locky.
RECAP | Locky meets his leading ladies but Nadine and Paige are quickly eliminated from THE BACHELOR
At the rose ceremony, with only 21 roses to give out, Locky said goodbye to Nadine and Paige.
Stan, the home of RuPaul in Australia, today released the trailer for Stan Original Series RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under that will be sashaying to our screens this May
Emmy-winning actress, JANE SEYMOUR, to star in and co-executive produce Acorn TV’s new Irish mystery thriller series, HARRY WILD
A new mystery thriller series has been commissioned by Acorn TV, starring and executive produced by Jane Seymour.
The Adelaide Crows and Brisbane Lions are facing off in the AFLW grand final this Saturday on Seven.