Earlier this month, Channel 10 gave us a look at what we can expect this season in a new trailer - and as you probably guessed - it's not all sunshine and roses.
Bachie fans will no doubt recognise Brooke from The Bachelor and Bachelor In Paradise. The proud Noongar-Yamatji woman is also the first Indigenous lead in the reality TV series.
While Blurton will make history by becoming the first bi-sexual person on a quest to find love on either The Bachelor or The Bachelorette - she is not the first person from the LGBTQIA+ community to be open about their sexuality on a reality dating show.
Married At First Sight groom Liam Cooper is openly bisexual, and appeared on the latest season of the show. He started off with his partner Georgia Fairweather, but would later announce he found love after the show, with New Zealand's own MAFS husband Samuel Levi.