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If you think Romy is the villain on The Bachelor, a recent interview proves you're right.

It’s official: Romy is totally on board with being this year’s Bachie villain and we are wetting our pants with excitement to see what she does next.

The Queenslander, whose idea of a romantic first kiss is practically mauling someone’s neck like a hungry Alsatian, revealed that she is “totally fine” with being hated by viewers.

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Never forget.

We're low-key grateful someone has stepped up to the plate.

Speaking with TV Week magazine, Romy made it clear she's not on the show to make friends and has her 'eyes on the prize', the prize being a̶ ̶h̶e̶a̶p̶ ̶o̶f̶ ̶n̶e̶w̶ ̶I̶n̶s̶t̶a̶g̶r̶a̶m̶ ̶f̶o̶l̶l̶o̶w̶e̶r̶s̶  Honey Badger/man Nick Cummins.

"I'll speak out if something annoys me," the photo shoot director said.

"If that makes me a villain, then fine, I'm the villain," she added.

You do you, Romy.

During the claws-out interview, she said that Shannon was "too sensitive" and "missed her chance" to be the first to kiss Nick, while she "couldn't stand" Vanessa Sunshine . Reow.

She added that Bali fashion designer Cat and political advisor Alisha were her "bitches", and said they were equally loved and hated throughout the season.

The three best friends that anyone could have.

On the latest episode of The Bachelor, Romy scored the second single date with Badgelor Nick. They threw flour and tomato sauce at each other at his uncle's pizzeria, then she had a chomp on his neck before parading around the cocktail party with a rose between her boobs. You can check out The Twins' recap here.

Did you see I got a rose? Did you?

Between Cassie the stage-five clinger, Vanessa Sunshine, the person with the least sunny disposition we've ever seen, and mean girl Romy, this year's Bachelor is shaping up to be a juicy one.