On tonight’s (October 28) episode of The Bachelorette, four intruders will be making their way into the mansion. As they attempt to make an impression on Brooke Blurton, the original contestants are going to start feeling the heat.
One of the intruders is Will, a landscaper from South Australia, who describes himself as “kind, thoughtful, excitable, happy and active”, which is also how he describes his dog, Bear. The 31-year-old’s ideal date is visiting a winery, walking through a forest or watching a sporting game.
When asked by 10play what he has to offer in a relationship, Will responded: “I like to think that I am a kind, supportive and understanding partner. I think if I can offer that with some excitement and fun, it would be a great relationship.”
He decided to go on The Bachelorette after he found out Brooke Blurton was fronting the show this year, saying that was all it took to convince him.
“She seems like the kind of person I would be interested in,” he says. “She’s strong, independent, loves her sport – like me – and is beautiful as well,” he told Adelaide Now.
Brooke is the first Indigenous and pansexual Bachelorette the franchise has ever seen, and in a move that has never been done before, the contestants on this year’s season are a mix of men and women.
From a former contestant on The Bachelor to a carpenter who can build a bench in a few minutes, the latest season of the show is definitely going to be an interesting one.
The Bachelorette Australia airs at 7.30pm every Wednesday and Thursday on Channel 10 and 10play.