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The Bachelor Australia 2019 contestants: Meet the girls vying for Matt Agnew's heart

Oh my stars - the girls have arrived!

By Anita Lyons and Karina Recchi
The countdown for the 2019 premiere of The Bachelor Australia is on, and with astrophysicist Matt Agnew at the helm, this season is sure to be out of this world!
Now, as we creep closer towards the season's launch, we're finally meeting some of the ladies set to battle it out for Matt's heart and, let's just say, he's going to have a tough time deciding on The One.
While we've already learnt about Matt's impressive CV - which includes a double undergraduate degree in science and engineering and a masters of astrophysics as he edges closer towards becoming a doctor - what we've only just discovered is his impressive ability to speak in multiple languages… including the language of love! (Well, he is the Bachelor, of course!)
We first get a glimpse of his talent when he meets 25-year-old Helena from WA on the red carpet. The pair end up having a flirty conversation in French after Matt admits he's "infatuated" by her accent.
Next up is NSW-based Sogand, who teaches Matt to speak Persian upon their first meeting. Of course, she used that opportunity to instruct him to ask her to marry him.
Will you accept this rose and a lifetime of space chat? (Source: Network Ten)
Then comes Kristen, 24, who has just returned to Queensland from a stint in China. Matt excites her with his ability to respond in Chinese.
As Matt says, "They're not afraid to speak the language of love. If that's a sign of things to come, I've got a really tough decision ahead!"
Add in Abbie, 23, from Queensland, who famously told the Bachelor her star sign, after mistaking his profession for an astrologer, and we're thinking only one thing - this season is going to be astronomically good!
So, before we get too carried away with space puns, it's time to meet the ladies vying for our Bachie's heart!

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