The Bachelor Australia to air Wednesday, July 21st on 10 and 10 Play

The Bachelor

• On board this romantic journey are some of Australia’s most eligible Bachelorettes

The Bachelor Australia is set to air on Wednesday, 21 July at 7.30pm on 10 and 10 Play, as 31-year-old pilot Jimmy Nicholson goes on a quest for real love.

On board this romantic journey are some of Australia’s most eligible Bachelorettes including Lily, a Crane Operator, Brooke an Occupational Therapist, Marketing Manager Holly and Nutritionist Jay.

Who will surprise Jimmy when the Bachelorettes put their best heels forward, to secure their first class ticket to love?

10 described Nicholson as a self-confessed romantic, who is an intelligent and passionate go-getter who is ready to find his happily ever after.

On being the next Bachelor, Nicholson said: “I am a big believer in embracing any opportunity that presents itself, especially if it has the potential to change your life for the better.

“The journey ahead will be one of the most challenging experiences that I have ever undertaken, however, I am very excited to meet someone that I could potentially spend the rest of my life with.”

Past seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette Australia franchises have resulted in love matches for Tim and Anna, Sam and Snezana, Georgia and Lee, Matty J and Laura.

Last year, in the finale of The Bachelor Australia Locky Gilbert pledged his love to nurse, Irena Srbinovska.

879,000 watched Locky choose Irena. The first part of the finale was on 694,000. The audiences for the series climax in 2019 was 936,000 and 1,170,000. Last night was the first time the Winner Announced has failed to crack 1m in eight seasons.

The list of achievements tough is long for what the 2020 final did:

• #1 entertainment show of the night
• Dominated the key demos: #1 in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s
• #1 show on BVOD
• Final Decision was the #1 live stream event on 10 Play 

Hosted by Osher Günsberg, The Bachelor Australia is made for Network 10 by Warner Bros. International Television Production.

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