It’s time to whip out the sunscreen and crack open your coconuts, Bachelor In Paradise Australia is back for a third season of fun in the sun.
10 has unveiled a rather saucy trailer of its chosen, still single-and-ready-to-mingle hopefuls who made a name for themselves across five seasons of The Bachelor Australia and The Bachelorette Australia. This time, their romantic journey comes with a side of Paradise.
And they had better strap themselves in – the turbulence won’t stop when they disembark the plane. Cue the romance, scandal, betrayal, spilled tea and for three couples, true love.
As the wheels touch down on the idyllic island, it’s the lovable, long-haired larrikin Timm, who is the first to arrive. Although he didn’t get the fairy tale ending he hoped for, Timm won the hearts of women across Australia and is hoping to find a lady to laugh with in Paradise. Also taking a second chance on love are the fabulously-British, bare-bottomed, Ciarran, and laser-focused Jamie, also from Angie’s season.
Runner-up from Matt Agnew’s season, Abbie, is back with a mended heart and her sights are set firmly on Ciarran. And after a devastating shock finale, Brittany from Nick Cummin’s season of The Bachelor Australia, is resilient and ready for her next chapter.
The saucy singles will embark on picturesque island dates, outrageous cocktail parties, fiery rose ceremonies and for the first time ever in Bachelor In Paradise Australia history, the introduction of the explosive Bula Banquet dinner parties.
Former agency executives Tim O’Neill and Tim Fouhy have launched the auto technology startup Summon. Australia’s first full e-commerce service for prestige cars. O’Neill and Fouhy both worked together at Accenture Interactive, before co-founding Reactive a digital agency bought by Accenture in 2016, now they’ve combined their knowledge and expertise to create Summon. Summon offers […]
To honour the fantastic feats of the Australian Paralympians, Hootsuite has revealed the top trending hashtags and social media data of the Paralympics. The top trending hashtag during the Paralympics period, #tokyo2020, received over 38,000 tweets and retweets, amounting to 1.7M+ impressions, while other popular hashtags included #paralympics, #readysettokyo and #paraswimming. According to Hootsuite’s research, […]
SOON, a futures think tank focused on human insights, has launched today tracking trends, developments and disruptions across people, products and the planet. Led by internationally renowned futurist, social scientist and trend forecaster Sarah Owen (pictured centre) in partnership with TABOO directors Andrew Mackinnon (right) and James Mackinnon (left), the independently Australian-owned futurist company uncovers […]
ARN’s iHeartPodcast Network Australia has announced a new podcast, SAS Australia Debrief hosted by 2020 recruits Merrick Watts and Sabrina Frederick. The podcast is made for anyone that can’t get enough of Aussie celebs putting themselves through the toughest test of their lives on the Seven Network’s hit show SAS Australia. Or anyone that wishes […]
Rakuten Advertising has launched ‘A 5-Stage Blueprint for High-Performance Affiliate Marketing’, designed to educate and inform both advertisers and publishers about the strategic role that the affiliate channel is now playing in marketing strategies. The blueprint is based on input from members of the Rakuten Advertising International Collective (RAIC), comprising affiliate marketing specialists from leading advertisers […]
Nine has announced the return of State of Originality, Australia’s biggest advertising prize, with $1 million again up for grabs to the brand and agency that creates the most original ad in the 2022 State of Origin Series. This year Nine launched State of Originality, challenging Australia’s marketers to help make State of Origin not […]