MAFS Star Bronson Norrish Tipped To Be The Next Aussie Bachie

MAFS Star Bronson Norrish Tipped To Be The Next Aussie Bachie
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Unlucky-in-love MAFS star Bronson Norrish might get a second chance at finding ‘the one’ after being tipped to be Australia’s new Bachelor for 2019.

Though the dust has hardly had time to settle following Bronson and Ines’ volatile relationship on this season of MAFS, reports are already flying in may jump networks to 10 and become the next Bachelor.

B&T has contacted 10 for clarification, but had not heard back at the time of publishing.

According to Sportsbet, after the Married At First Sight star left the show last night, the online bookmaker slashed his odds from $17 to a stunning $2.00 to become the next Bachelor.

Sportbet’s communications manager Richard Hummerston said: “Bronson hasn’t put a foot wrong during the filming of MAFS, he got the raw end of the stick with Ines and handled himself superbly.

“He deserves another chance and hopefully, the producers look after him this time”.

Fellow MAFS star Matthew Bennett ($7.00) and Scott Tweedie ($2.50) have also been given the tick of approval.

Recently single Dr Chris Brown is also in the running, tipped at $3.30.

 

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