The Bachelor Australia

Why Intruder Jamie Lee Is Bachelor Australia's Biggest Threat

Everything you need to know!

By NW team

She's The Bachelor's new intruder and Jamie-Lee from Bondi certainly made an impression when she met Nick Cummins during episode seven, so much so everyone is wondering if the venue manager is the new threat in the mansion.

As the 27-year-old pulled up in the limo to meet the Honey Badger there were immediate sparks and Nick confessed he felt a special connection.

"I felt some good vibes with her," he gushed to the camera.

"I wanted to know more," he added.

As the 27-year-old pulled up in the limo to meet the Honey Badger there were immediate sparks and Nick confessed he felt a special connection
As the 27-year-old pulled up in the limo to meet the Honey Badger there were immediate sparks and Nick confessed he felt a special connection

The girls in the mansion certainly felt their connection too with Cass citing her as a 'threat' and Brooke tackling her on the group date and leaving her hospitalised with an ankle injury.

But who exactly is Jamie Lee? Here's what you need to know.

She's no mean girl
"I knew going in that I was going to be up against a few other incredible women and I was all about empowering [them]. I'm not going to be nasty or compete with anyone, so with that frame of mind I was never going to be a mean girl," she told SMH.

"Everyone is on their own journey, and if someone's got a connection [with Cummins] then I am not going to see that as a threat," she added.

She's spiritual
Asked to describe herself in three words she says "confident, spiritual and easy-going" and she's looking for a partner who is "Spiritual, open-minded, always wanting an adventure, supportive and an easy-going."

She doesn't see herself as a threat
"I am really proud of who I am and I am really confident as a person," she says. "I know my value and my worth... I think I was a threat because I add a new element to things. In saying that, I wasn't a threat in a nasty way," she told SMH.

Her last relationship was with a woman
"I don't connect with people for their gender, I connect with people on a spiritual and soul level," she admitted when talking about her sexuality.

"For me it comes down to connection and who I connect with on a deep level. I don't like to put myself into a category of bisexual, I don't put myself in any category," she added.

She's worked in topless modelling
Jamie has had a variety of roles other than a venue manager. She's also worked as a topless model and a volunteer for Amnesty International, TWCA and the Animal Welfare League of NSW.

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