Even if Ali doesn't fall for him, Australia has, which is why Todd King's already being touted as the next Bachelor!
"Oh, s---t. That's a good question," he laughs to NW when asked if he'd be up for another reality TV gig.
"To be honest, at the end of the day this whole experience has made me learn a lot about myself. I think you're always looking for love, and I think I'd exercise every option to find it. But I'm just a nothing from Geraldton in WA."
Speaking of nothing, Todd says he wouldn't be surprised if Ali pulls a Nick Cummins and walks away from the finale solo.
"I think it could always be a possibility. In the blink of an eye, things can go wrong, I mean we saw it with Charlie," says Todd, 26. "If I do make it to the final two and she doesn't want either of us, like Nick, it's completely fine by me.
"And if I'm not the guy at the end, then I'm happy that she's happy. I care about her that much, that if it isn't me at the end, then that's fine. I don't think Nick's deserved the scrutiny he's gotten either because at the end of the day he didn't find someone right for him and he stuck to that. He didn't just choose someone for the sake of it."
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Todd also applauds Ali's decision to put her foot down and demand her man move to her if she finds love on the show.
"I think she deserves that. She deserves someone to sacrifice for her and to uproot their life to fit into hers because in her past she's always been the one to do that," he says.
"I think it's a commendable thing... and I'm willing to make the move for her if it turns out that way, too."
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