After what has already been a dramatic season of The Bachelor Australia, three new Bachelorettes will enter the mansion on Wednesday night.
First out of the car to meet an unexpecting Nick Cummins is 28-year-old Sou Australian dental nurse Deanna.
An ex-elite swimmer who is not afraid to step up to the blocks, Deanna is a go-getter who is looking for a partner who is athletic, funny and committed to her.
On why she decided to be part of The Bachelor Australia, Deanna said: “I want to start a new chapter in life and find love.”
Next to greet Nick is 27-year-old New South Wales venue manager Jamie-Lee. Spontaneous and always up for an adventure, Jamie-Lee has developed a deep understanding of what she wants in her relationships and strives for a deep connection with her partners.
On the ideal qualities she looks for in a partner, Jamie-Lee said: “My perfect partner will be spiritual, open-minded, adventurous and easy-going”.
Last out of the car is 25-year-old Queensland housing officer Brittney Loud, energetic and with an infectious laugh, larger than life Brittney’s main aim in life is to make people laugh. Afraid she will end up a crazy cat lady, Brittney’s perfect partner would share a mutual love of football and beer.
When asked about her strategy to win the Bachelor’s heart, Brittney said: “I am going to be honest and cheeky”
Competition will reach fever pitch when the three news arrivals battle it out against the original girls in the first Bachelor Moonhopper World Tournament.
Will it be fun and games or will it all end in tears?
The Bachelor Australia airs 7:30 pm Wednesday and Thursday on Ten