All the contestants on Brooke Blurton's season of The Bachelorette have finally been revealed, which means just one thing...
We can finally start stalking them on Instagram!
With The Bachelorette Australia 2021 set to premiere on Wednesday, October 20, fans are already searching the contestants' social media profiles for any hints at how they fare on the show.
From analysing old posts, to double checking who each contestant is following, there's plenty of sleuthing going on.
And we only expect it to continue through the season, as fans keep an eye out for anyone who may go rogue on Instagram in the leadup to the finale.
But fans spotted a surprising detail that appears on all of the contestants' profiles before the show even went to air.
Every single one of The Bachelorette 2021 contestants had their Instagram bios set to a variation of the following statement, with only minor details swapped.
"This account is currently managed by a third party on behalf of [contestant name] from 13 October 2021. Participant on #BacheloretteAU S7 🌹"
It appears to be in line with the show's new social media policy designed to protect contestants and prevent them from "going rogue" and sharing details before they air.
This is the first time the policy has ever been in place for male contestants of the franchise, as it was first implemented for Jimmy Nicholson's season of The Bachelor, which starred only female contestants.
We've hunted down all of the Bachelorette 2021 contestants on Instagram so you can join in the stalking.
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