Three leads revealed on new season of The Bachelors Australia

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• The Bachelors Australia is coming soon to 10 and 10 Play

The latest bachelors for Australia’s premier dating show have been revealed. With a new name, new location and triple the romance with not one, not two, but three bachelors looking to find love, the new season of The Bachelors Australia is coming soon to 10 and 10 Play.

Joining the newly formatted show is, Felix Von Hofe, who stands at an impressive 6 feet 6 inches tall. The 27-year-old Victorian marketing manager and self-confessed family man is craving face-to-face connection, hopefully with someone who can make him laugh.

Felix said: “For me, the most attractive quality a girl can have is a good sense of humour. My dream date would be anything where it ends up hurting to laugh, because if we’re both laughing the whole time then it can’t get much better.”

Hailing from Sydney, 35-year-old restaurant manager Thomas Malucelli is a hopeless romantic.

Born in a small town outside Florence in Italy, meditation and practicing mindfulness might be up there with his favourite past-times, but Thomas is also a self-confessed adrenaline junkie and outdoors man.

Describing himself as loyal and motivated, Thomas is looking for a woman who is confident, honest and a great communicator.

Thomas said: “The idea of finding the love of my life in a context that is so out of my comfort zone really excites me.”

And last is 25-year-old Mood Monroe lead drummer and songwriter, Jed McIntosh, from Victoria.

This rocker might convey a tough boy persona but underneath his impressive body art, is a sensitive man with a very big heart. Proud to stand out from the crowd, Jed’s looking for a woman who is confident, passionate, empathetic, and ready to commit.

Jed said: “A woman willing to find love on a public platform is the confidence I need in a partner.”

Facebook posts allegedly made by McIntosh 10 years ago have resurfaced, first revealed by So Dramatic! The posts have mentions of rape among allusions to predatory behaviour such as ‘perving’ and ‘smashing p*ssy.’

McIntosh provided a statement to The Daily Telegraph in response to the posts.

“I’m shocked seeing these posts,” McIntosh said in the statement.

“These posts are from over 10 years ago and I don’t have any recollection of making them.

Anyone who knows me knows this is not who I am.”

He added: “As a kid we say things not understanding the gravity of the language used but I can adamantly say as an adult I do not agree with the use of language and sentiment of the posts.

I have the upmost respect for women, am a strong advocate for assault victims and would never want to cause any harm or hurt to anyone.”

This year the bachelor’s headquarters is moving back to the Sunshine State.

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

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