Filming only seems to have just kicked off for the new season of The Bachelor Australia, but already it seems Ten’s hit dating show has been spoiled thanks to some sneaky paparazzi.
Photos have emerged online of Nick “The Honey Badger” Cummins (who was only confirmed as the next Bachelor earlier this month, frolicking about at a popular watering hole on the outskirts of Sydney with one of the show’s contestants.
The photos show Cummins and the mystery blonde paddle boarding and swimming at The Basin National Park, before The Honey Badger seals the date with a red rose (meaning the contestant won’t be exiting at the first rose ceremony).
— Qld Confidential (@qldconfidential) March 20, 2018
Here are some more photos of the pair published by news.com.au:
It comes after The Daily Mail published snaps of some of the contestants at a hotel that they used as a ‘safe house’ before production got underway at the Bachelor mansion. The article also featured footage (see below) of one contestant hilariously dancing by herself on her hotel room balcony.
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