In a world-first, the 2020 season of The Bachelorette Australia will see not one but two single women jump headfirst into their search for true love.
And, in an added twist, the two lovely ladies are none other than sisters — and best friends — Elly and Becky Miles.
Elly, of course, rose to fame as the chilled out country gal on Matt Agnew’s season of The Bachelor in 2019 who sadly didn’t get her fairytale ending.
After a bit of soul searching overseas last year, the 25-year-old nurse from Parkes, NSW, is ready to put her heart on the line once again alongside older sister Becky, 30.
The gorgeous and down-to-earth pair will have their pick of 20 handsome and accomplished men, all with different backgrounds, interests and love languages.
Aged between 24 and 35-years-old, these eligible Bachelors come from all across the globe including Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, Italy, England and of course Australia.
From running their own businesses, searching for gold, handling explosives, filmmaking and personal training, the contestants are living full and busy lives — but which of them will be lucky enough to have Becky or Elly in their future?
Who is still on The Bachelorette 2020?
Adam Todd, 24
Job and home state: Geologist, Western Australia
Fun fact: Originally from Victoria.
Adrian Baena, 26
Job and home state: Kitesurfing Instructor, Queensland
Fun fact: Has travelled to South Africa, Croatia, Egypt and Thailand.
Agostino Guardiani, 30
Job and home state: Business Owner, Victoria
Fun fact: Runs his own vegan and cruelty-free skincare brand.
Damien Stone, 31
Job and home state: Property Valuer, Victoria
Fun fact: Friends with Love Island season two contestant Todd Elton.
Frazer Neate, 28
Job and home state: Concreter, Queensland
Fun fact: Used to play AFL with the Mt Gravatt Vultures.
Harry Harris, 35
Job and home state: Builder, South Australia
Fun fact: Shares five-year-old son Xavier with former partner Kate Whiting who he appeared with on House Rules in 2017
James Boggia, 28
Job and home state: Pro Wakeboarder, Queensland
Fun fact: He’s also a personal trainer.
Joe Woodbury, 25
Job and home state: Labourer, NSW
Fun fact: Comes from a very tight-knit family from Newcastle.
Pascal Wallace, 33
Job and home state: CEO, NSW
Fun fact: Is the CEO of a healthcare and disability company.
Pete Mann, 34
Job and home state: Café Owner, South Australia
Fun fact: Used to be a geography teacher but now owns an environmentally conscious cafe and adventure brand called Octeine.
Sam Vescio, 35
Job and home state: Lawyer, NSW
Fun fact: Surprises Elly and Becky with a giant bunch of red balloons.
Shannon Karaka, 30
Job and home state: Sales, NSW
Fun fact: Crowned Mr Polynesia 2017.
Who has left The Bachelorette 2020?
Samuel Minkin, 27
Job and home state: Musculoskeletal Therapist, NSW
Instagram: Doesn’t have one.
Fun fact: Describes himself as an “old soul” with “slight psychic abilities”.
Sadly, Samuel didn’t receive a rose in episode one.
Nick Chamberlain, 25
Job and home state: Support Worker, NSW
Fun fact: His straight-talking nature can land him in hot water.
Nick went home along with Samuel in episode one.
AB Sow, 27
Job and home state: Filmmaker, Queensland.
Fun fact: AB made it to the finals of Australia’s Got Talent in 2016 with his dance troupe, EQUALS.
AB shocked everyone when he walked out of the rose ceremony in episode one after refusing a rose from Becky.
Jake Ricciardo, 26
Job and home state: Explosives Handler, Western Australia
Fun fact: Loves upcycled clothing.
Jake was the only bachelor to be sent home in episode two.
Rudy El Kholti, 30
Job and home state: Personal Trainer, NSW
Fun fact: Was crowned ‘Mr Italy’ in 2019.
Rudy was one of four men who went home in episode three.
Saj Bakhsh, 25
Job and home state: Personal Trainer, South Australia
Fun fact: Currently studying a double degree in international relations and social work.
Saj sadly didn’t get a chance to go on a date and was sent home in episode three.
Andrew Thomas, 30
Job and home state: Tour Guide, South Australia
Fun fact: Studied ballet for five years.
Andrew left the mansion in episode three along with Rudy and Saj.
Trent Cray, 31
Job and home state: Finance Broker, Western Australia
Fun fact: He used to live in London.
It wasn’t meant to be for Trent, who also left in episode three.
The Bachelorette Australia 2020 airs 7.30pm Wednesdays and Thursday on Channel 10.
New Zealand viewers can tune into The Bachelorette Australia at 7:30pm Tuesdays and Wednesdays on Bravo.