This season of the Bachelorette Australia is proving to be quite anticlimactic. Perhaps it?s the absence of the usual eccentric characters like model David Witko and Davey Lloyd, whose early ousting just proved that this season?s bachelorette is no shallow individual looking for the next pretty face to love.
We?re down to only 5 blokes, and we?re betting we know who the final two will be. Our guess? Read on:
Michael Turnbull A Clear Winner?
Michael enjoyed a rather strong start with Sam Frost?s heart with his kind aura and all-around good guy persona. In fact, he is one of the firsts to enjoy a soft kiss from our bachelorette, so we?re pretty sure he would go a long way.
But what might seal the deal is the fact that the football athlete is a mama?s boy, and anyone who loves and respects their mother like that will sure capture the heart of any girl.
But then again, there are also reports that Mike is currently dating Lauren Brant. According to Daily Mail, it appears Michael has already begun to move on from brunette beauty Sam after reportedly enjoying secret dates with Lauren Brant.
Sparks are said to be flying between Lauren – who allegedly had an affair with Footy Show star Beau Ryan – and the retired soccer star, with Sam Frost reportedly ‘devastated’ by the news.
The Bachelorette Australia 2015 Winner: Richie?
Richie, with his chiseled good looks, seem to have the most natural rapport with our Bachelorette. During their last date, wherein the two dressed-up to look like a 60-year old couple, it was obvious that they both enjoyed their time together.
It was the first time we saw Sam genuinely happy ? laughing and smitten during the unique turn of events, so we were not surprised when the episode ended with a rose in Richie?s lapel, and a kiss in his heart.
Now some are saying Sasha is also a strong contender, but let?s just say we?re saving our vote for these two sweethearts.
So who do you think will be in the final 4 of this season?s Bachelorette Australia? Find out more in The Bachelorette Australia exclusive in Channel Ten, 7:30PM every Wednesday and Thursday.