Wednesday's episode of The Bachelorette saw Angie Kent finally choose her two last men standing.
And it wouldn't be a penultimate episode without some serious dramatic fanfare.
During the final rose ceremony, Angie had to choose between Ryan Anderson, Carlin Sterritt and Timm Hanly - each one more different from the last, and all whom she had "fallen in love with little pieces of the three of them."
When it came time to decide, Angie was clearly distressed, however, her first decision was clear. Carlin was to have the first rose.
And it's with this, dear friends, that we received our final clue that Angie most definitely chooses the 30-year-old PT from Sydney as her beloved.
Why? Because she chose him first. He was a sure thing.
Timm and Ryan posed a very different scenario however, with Angie even walking out of the room thanks to her confusion over the men.
"I don't know! I don't know. I felt I could pick, but I don't know if I can," she told a producer through tears.
"I just keep thinking of the conversation I have to have, I just feel like I can't do that.
"This is so s--t. I feel so sick!"
Returning to the rose ceremony, Angie composed herself before ultimately choosing Timm ("who kept her sane throughout this whole thing") as the second person to go through to the finale.
But, to us, it is clear. There was only a second of hesitation before she called out Carlin's name and this is the reason we believe he wins.
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During their one-on-one date, Angie told Carlin how much he had "surprised" her and that even after "actor-gate", she didn't take him "for a liar".
"You're an interesting find, that's for sure. I didn't expect to meet someone like you on here. I don't know, you are a bit heaven-sent really."
And guys, we've been saying this all along!
"I can see a future with him," Angie told the cameras.
"I feel like he's been someone I've liked from the beginning until now and him telling me that he's definitely falling in love with me, this is why I'm here."
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Australian Women's WeeklyYesterday 11:49am