‘There’s so many to choose from!’ The Bachelorette’s Angie Kent reveals she is spoiled for choice with her suitors – and says there are some ‘very fun characters’ in the new season
Published: 23:57 EDT, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 00:14 EDT, 2 July 2019
The Bachelorette’s Angie Kent has revealed she couldn’t be happier with her choice of suitors.
The former Gogglebox star, who is currently filming the dating show in Sydney, told Daily Mail Australia her journey so far has been ‘exciting and very fun’.
Speaking at The Logie Awards on the Gold Coast, the 29-year-old said: ‘Let’s just say that I’ve got some good characters, they’re very fun gents!’
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‘There’s so much to choose from – I just don’t know what to do with myself!’ Angie added.
It comes after Bachelor host Osher Gunsberg revealed new Bachelor Matt Agnew’s journey as a single man is officially over.
On Sunday, Osher shared an Instagram selfie with Matt and Angie from the Logies red carpet, and said the astrophysicist has been ‘all loved up’ post filming.
We’ve got a winner! It comes after Bachelor host Osher Gunsberg (right) revealed new Bachelor Matt Agnew’s (centre) journey as a single man is officially over
‘I am so proud of Matt & Angie they looked a zillion bucks and owned the red carpet today,’ he wrote in the caption.
During Sunday night’s awards, Matt, 31, and Angie, 29 looked very cosy, prompting fans to comment that the pair should get together.
‘Maybe they should hook up?’ one fan wrote on Instagram.
‘Goodness they look good together! Hook them up’, another mused.
However, in a move to ease concerns of a repeat of last year’s drama-filled happily never after, Osher replied: ‘That’s not how it works – we finished shooting his season and he’s already all loved up’
Last year, Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins made history as the first Australian Bachelor to pick no one.
It was the decision that broke the internet and left the nation shook.
‘I hate hurting people and I’ve done that twice today,’ a dejected Nick said after he delivered the news to finalists, Brittany Hockley and Sophie Tieman.
‘I just know in my heart that I did the right thing. They are two amazing women that are walking out of my life right now. It wouldn’t be fair to enter into something that a few months down the track would break her heart.’
Flying Solo! Last year, Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins made history as the first Australian Bachelor to pick no one