Channel Ten has revealed when Matty Johnson (pictured above) will make his eagerly-awaited return to the TV screens in search of love.
A release sent out by Ten yesterday morning announced that the upcoming season of The Bachelor Australia premiere on Wednesday 26 July at 7.30pm.
After making the final two in the last season of The Bachelorette Australia, Matty J will be looking for his “forever” among 22 eligible bachelorettes aged between 23 and 34, including a police officer, a body painter, a midwife and a criminal lawyer.
For those putting some money on the result and participating in an office sweep (B&T sure will be), Matty J is apparently looking for a kind, intelligent, easy-going woman who shares his passion for the outdoors.
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