Irena and Bella may be the top two leading ladies on this year's season of The Bachelor, but the drama is about to be amped up by the arrival of a new and stunning intruder.
According to some sneaky pap pics unearthed by the Daily Mail, the final five women vying for Locky Gilbert's heart have been revealed and there's a mix of predictable and unpredictable finalists.
In the snaps, front-runners Irena Srbinovska and Bella Varelis can be spotted along with Izzy Sharman-Firth (the one who almost had an asthma attack upon meeting Locky), along with early intruder Kaitlyn Hoppe.
But the fifth woman initially appeared to be someone no one knew... until now.
Yep, the new intruder is none other than the charismatic Bec Cvilikas.
So who is this blonde bombshell that set to be one to watch in the mansion?
According to her Instagram account, Bec is based in Sydney but according to her Facebook profile, she's originally from Queensland's Sunshine Coast.
What's more, eagle-eyed fans have spotted that Bec appears to be the lucky lady on Locky's white water rafting date so it seems she's not afraid of a little adrenaline.
If Bec wins the competition, she'll be the first intruder to win the season as you can bet the Bachelor always chooses an OG girl.
The closest an intruder has ever gone in the competition was Lana Jeavons-Fellows in season three but then Bachelor Sam Wood ended up choosing his now-wife Snezana Markoski.
Guess we'll have to wait and see what this Sydneysider will be bringing to the table.
Despite making it to the final five (or so we think), we doubt Bec will be the final woman at the end of the series.
Judging by a plethora of evidence, many are guessing nurse Irena is the hot pick to win The Bachelor 2020. Not only is she the bookies' favourite, but fellow contestant Areeba Emanuel also reckons she's the one for Locky.
Regardless of who he chooses, Locky is definitely in love and confirmed his feelings to Now To Love.
"It's an amazing feeling – I don't think I've felt love like this before," he gushed.
"I wake every morning and the love is stronger and stronger, I can see so far into the future [with her]."
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