Let the fun begin! Network 10 has revealed The Bachelor Australia 2018 premiere is just weeks away, and we can hardly wait to see Nick 'The Honey Badger' Cummins' search for The One.
Along with the launch date, Wednesday 15 August, the network has shared the first two of many lovely ladies vying for The Badgular's heart, Brooke and Cass.
While on paper both beauties sound like dream dates for the former rugby star, (they play footy, they're intelligent, they're gorgeous) we have a strong feeling WA youth worker Brooke could go all the way to the final. And as she reveals exclusively to OK, she's ready to put a ring on it!
So without further ado, meet Brooke...
If first impressions are anything to go by, 23-year-old social worker Brooke might just be the one to steal Nick's heart! In a sneak peek released by Network 10, we see the gorgeous indigenous woman meet our Bachie for the first time and we can feel the chemistry oozing through the screen!
Dressed in a mid-riff baring white gown and carrying two footballs, sporting fan Brooke unaware of Nick's sporting credentials asks: "So, what do you do?"
A bashful Nick looks to his feet, chuffed the brunette beauty has no idea who he is.
WATCH the moment Nick meets Brooke for the first time below!
Brooke hails from WA and has aspirations to be a role model to indigenous youths through assisting them with mental health issues.
Although just 23-years-old, Brooke has had to overcome tough obstacles which have perhaps matured her beyond her years.
"My Mum and Nan died when I was younger, so growing up without any parents was pretty tough," Brooke revealed to OK.
It's nearly impossible to doubt Brooke's intentions for going on the dating show, the sports fan is serious when it comes to looking for a loyal and nurturing partner and she's even prepared to say 'I will' should the Bachie drop to his knee!
"If the chemistry is there and we both feel the same way about each other than yes, [I'd get engaged]. Though that's a pretty broad statement to answer when you don't know someone," she told OK.
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