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The Bachelorette: How you can know who is next to leave the mansion

The simple sign that has everyone talking.

By Kietley Isrin
Who will Sophie Monk send home? That is the question we all ask ourselves each week as we sit down for another stellar instalment of The Bachelorette Australia.
But, according to eagle-eyed Bachie fans, the question is already well and truly answered before Sophie, 37, hands out her final rose.
Taking to Twitter, one viewer (@siennasaphire) was quick to point out that contestants who are lucky enough to score the coveted rose have a magnet attached to their jackets.
Meanwhile, those who don’t have one are, erm, getting the boot.
Need proof? We thought you’d never ask.
During Thursday night’s rose ceremony, Polo player Bingham (yep, he was actually a contestant this season) was sent packing while construction foreman and resident villain, Ryan, somehow managed to stay.
Noticeably to those who live and breathe all things Bachie, Ryan, 26, was wearing a magnet on his lapel and poor old Bingham was not.
No sign of a magnet.
But Ryan has a magnet!
This isn’t the first time bizarre theories have been used to predict the outcome of the reality show.
Earlier this month, The Bachelor runner-up Elise Stacy revealed exclusively to TV WEEK that her fate was written in the sand (literally).
“I was actually looking at the ground and I was walking on the sand and I said to myself, ‘There are no footprints on this path’, so no-one had walked it before. I knew I was walking down (the path) for the first time,” she said.
Turns out, Elise was right on the money with The Bachelor Matty Johnson choosing jewellery designer Laura Byrne’s over the former hockey player.

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