This week, we will watch two women be whisked off to the South African jungle (prematurely, tbh, because I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! has not started filming).
The pair will be Bachelor Matt Agnew’s final two, before he picks just one to spend his life with or um, dump ASAP to get back with a previous contestant à la Blake Garvey.
But before we watch a unnecessarily long finale set in an unnecessarily far-flung place, Matt’s got to whittle down his remaining contestants from three to two on Wednesday’s episode.
Previous Bachelors have struggled with this: One sent home the woman he actually wanted to be with, a few broke Australia’s heart by rejecting our collective favourites and some… well, no, one in particular, didn’t actually get to send one of his top three home because one of the women excused herself from his disaster of a season early. You know who we’re talking about.
Since we’re about to have a new second runner-up, we took a trip down memory lane to find out what all the previous third placed bachelorettes are up to now.
Ali was 27 when she became Australia's first favourite bachelor/bachelorette and the country was shocked when her heart was broken by OG Bach Tim Robards.
Coming second runner-up behind eventual winner Anna Heinrich and runner-up Rochelle Emanuel-Smith, Ali took the dumping rather hard.
After the show though, Ali was approached to be Australia's first Bachelorette, but turned it down because she was in a relationship.
When her engagement to David Waldeck ended she made a comeback in the Bachelor franchise, appearing on Bachelor in Paradise in 2017 where she met... Grant Kemp.