It's that time again, The Bachelorette has officially begun for 2020, this year with a special twist, the first of its kind in Australia– a double edition with sisters Elly and Becky Miles.
Both Elly and Becky will be handing out roses this year as they search for love together, from the same group of eligible men.
We've already seen from early trailers there will not only be double the love but double the drama.
In one teaser we've seen a contestant pull Becky aside to dob in some bad behaviour.
"He's said a few comments that are just disrespectful and very shallow," he says to the stunned Bachelorette.
It inevitably leads to Becky furiously confronting and sending the mystery man home.
"I'm not buying what you're saying," she tells him, before ending the conversation, saying, "I just think it's time for you to leave".
One unnamed source also spilled on the nitty gritty details to So Dramatic! of how Elly and Becky's hopefuls would be divided.
"They both get to know all the guys, then after the first week the guys have to decide which girl they're most interest in pursuing," host Megan Pustetto revealed.
"It's not an even playing field. 13 guys go with Elly and only 7 guys go with Becky," she claims.
Elly and Becky confirmed to TV WEEK ahead of the premiere that they alternate in handing out roses, and don't always stick to two clear groups.
"We both hand out roses, but it was interesting, because sometimes one of us might have wanted to send one person home, but the other would say, 'No, keep him around – I want to see more of him,'" Elly revealed.
As Elly and Becky doll out the roses, and we dig into the Cadbury version on the couch, we're recapping all the unlucky-in-love men who have been sent home.
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