Whoops! Ten’s Trailer Accidentally Reveals Tonight’s Rose Winner

Whoops! Ten’s Trailer Accidentally Reveals Tonight’s Rose Winner
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[Warning: spoiler alert] With strong speculation the winner of this season’s The Bachelor is already known, Network Ten’s also having trouble keeping the show’s finalists under wraps, too.

Eagle-eyed viewers of last night’s episode would have noticed a trailer towards the end of the show advertising tonight’s episode. In it, we can see Florence holding a rose, which kind of ruins the plot for this evening’s episode.

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Ten has struggled to keep the finalists and eventual winner under wraps since this year’s series was pre-taped earlier in the year.

There had been rumours that paparazzi photographers had photographed the series’ two finalists and winner when the final was filmed in Thailand. However, the broadcaster has denied the existence of any such images.

A number of media outlets have also suggested that Laura Byrne is the show’s ultimate winner with rumours her and Matty J have been photographed hand-in-hand recently. Another contestant, Jen Hawke, has apparently posted comments to social media that infer it’s Laura than ultimately wins Matty J’s heart.

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