Bachelor in Paradise

Is Paddy Colliar heading to Bachelor In Paradise?

“It’s more my environment!”

By Tina Burke

Paddy Colliar was sent home from The Bachelorette Australia in tonight's episode, with Ali Oetjen saying goodbye to the cheeky Brit after a tense episode.

As the mansion's resident life of the party, Paddy's mischievous commentary will be missed by his housemates. But, will this be the last we see of him on our screens?

We caught up with the recently eliminated suitor, to find out if he's still single, and interested in finding love on television.

"[I'm] still single!" Paddy tells TV WEEK. "The way I see it is, I'm still in the house [on the show] so I'm not going to do anything to jeopardise my chances of being judged even more by the public, or chances of getting on another show or getting other opportunities."

Paddy hinted that appearing on a show such as Bachelor In Paradise would be ideal.

"Yeah one hundred and fifty percent!" he says.

"I can say it's more my environment, it's a lot more relaxed and chilled [than The Bachelorette]. We'll just leave it at that."

Paddy says he would "150%" love to be on *Bachelor In Paradise.*
Paddy says he would "150%" love to be on Bachelor In Paradise.

Paddy's recent Instagram story also has fans wondering if Robert Colangelo will be joining him, if he goes to Paradise.

Sharing a photo to mark Robert's elimination after Wednesday night's episode, Paddy shared his love for his pal before adding one sly comment down the bottom of the post.

"Way more memories to come, let's be honest," he wrote, adding a winky face for extra sass.

Is Paddy's Instagram story hinting at something?
Is Paddy's Instagram story hinting at something?

We'd certainly love to see Paddy and Robert back on our screens when Bachelor In Paradise returns in 2019.

If the boys were chosen to star in the upcoming series, they would be joining recently confirmed cast members Cass Wood and Brooke Blurton from Nick Cummins' season of The Bachelor.

Only time will tell if Paddy shows up on the island, but here's hoping.

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