Megan Marx not only made history on the fourth season of The Bachelor (when she dumped Richie mid-rose ceremony and found love with a fellow contestant), but she’s become the first openly bisexual person on the show’s Australian Bachelor In Paradise spin-off.
But the second she stepped foot on the tropical island of Fiji and told Osher she was interested in pursuing “both girls and guys” while on the show, the program’s elimination format seemed to put the 29-year-old at a unique disadvantage.
You see, each elimination ceremony either the women or the men are given ‘the power’ to hand out roses to whoever they feel they have a ‘romantic future’ with. The only problem: it appears contestants are only given the opportunity to give a rose to the opposite sex.
So what happens if Megan forms a romantic connection with a fellow female contestant? Can she give her rose to another woman?
It’s a question viewers – us included – have been asking for weeks, and Megan has finally set the record straight on how the rose ceremony process works for her.