This season of The Bachelor Australia has been a drama filled one, to say the least!
Elora Tahiti certainly made an entrance to The Bachelor - and it was a fiery one at that!
The Tahitian beauty kicked the series off with a bang when she came into the first cocktail party fire twirling.
Remember when Matty was forced to sit with Leah Costa on a motorbike for a photo shoot? And she tried to kiss him but he promptly pulled away?
Yeah, it was pretty awkward but amazing to watch.
What a debacle this was! Tensions were already high on the first very night, but things spun out of control when Jen Hawke (right) heard Liz Duncan refer to Jen’s white dress as “putrid”.
The comment made Jen cry and got all of the ladies off to a bad start.
Cobie Frost (right) might just be the most excitable person in the entire world!
Her bubbly nature coupled with her extremely expressive facial expressions made Cobie unforgettable.
There are no words for this one.
We get that Matty was trying to be cute and funny in front of Tara Pavlovic, but this was just plain odd.
What started as a joke, ended up with Sharlene Mik being booted from the mansion by Matty, after he revealed that he didn’t think a romantic connection would develop between the pair. Ouch!
Tara basically won over the whole nation when she took a sausage along to her chat with Matty.
No one comes between a girl and her food, not even Matty.
Matty wasn't smiling when Elora pulled him away from the other ladies and attempted to plant a kiss on him during a cocktail party.
He wasn’t having any of it and Elora was sent packing not long after.
On their first single date, Matty and Laura Byrne were taken to a picturesque location to do some drawing.
Matty’s attempt to draw Laura wasn’t a great one, but his excitement was pretty adorable.