Our guess is that The Bachelorette will begin around November 3, once Celebrity MasterChef Australia‘s finishes its short run on Channel Ten.
That means Queen Brooke’s happily ever after is only a mere few weeks away and eeeek! We just can’t wait!
The First Offical Promo Trailer For The Bachelorette Australia 2021
Excitement for the history-making season has been brewing since Brooke was announced as Bachelorette in May but it’s the first promo trailer that has fans begging for more.
The 26-year-old is the first Indigenous star to be at the helm of the dating series, so it was no surprise that she paid a beautiful tribute to Country in the clip released on Wednesday.
“This is the land of my people. Yamaji country in Western Australia,” Brooke said in the voiceover, referring to her heritage as a Noongar-Yamatji woman.
She also talks about “making a soul connection” on her journey, “no matter who they are”.
The youth worker will also be the very first openly pansexual star across the global franchise, and will be dating both men and women on the show.
Her Bachelor History
Fans of The Bachelor will know this ain’t Brooke’s first rodeo, having made her franchise debut in 2018 when she dated Nick the ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins.
Despite things not working out between the pair, Brooke surprised viewers by coming out as bisexual to Nick during a one-on-one date and it made us love her all the more!
She then took a stab at finding her soulmate on Bachelor in Paradise in 2019 where she shared kiss between two women on reality TV with Alex Nation. Sadly, that fizzled out after Alex struck up a relationship with dog park pest Bill Goldsmith.
Will it be third time lucky for our Bachelorette Brooke! Let’s hope so!
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