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Bachelors 'villain' Tash reveals next reality show she wants to go on

Tash is eyeing up her fourth reality TV appearance.

She definitely made her mark on this year’s season of The Bachelors with her savage commentary, sassy personality and outright confidence, and now Tash Candyce has revealed which reality TV show she wants to go on next.

The 31-year-old, who previously appeared on First Dates and was notably cast on Married At First Sight in 2019 before pulling out at the last minute, tells Yahoo Lifestyle she’d love to be a participant on Gogglebox Australia.

The Bachelors' Tash Candyce with a hand on her hip wearing a strapless dress.
The Bachelors’ Tash Candyce spills on her future reality TV plans. Photo: Channel 10

“I think I'd be quite entertaining because I take after my dad and he's hilarious,” she shares. “We’d be pretty entertaining.

“And I think they need new people on, especially a villain who says it how it is. But yeah, I don't know, I'm a free agent!”

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Tash adds that she and fellow Bachelors contestant Marjorie Griffiths, who she formed a strong bond with during filming, would be “really good” together on the show.

“Marj and I are best friends and we catch up on the regular,” she says. “So I'm glad that even though I didn't find love out of the show I really got a best friend.

“She was put in hard positions when everyone was against me and she stood up for me, and then everyone turned on her as well for being with me. So all credit to her, I love her. I just don't have any time for anyone else, to be honest.”

The Bachelors' Marjorie Griffiths, CJ and Tash Candyce.
Tash says she and Marjorie (left) are now best friends. Photo: Channel 10

'What have I done?'

Speaking about the “bullying” she faced in The Bachelors mansion, Tash admits she doesn’t quite understand why she’s been labelled ‘the villain’ of the season.

“Everyone says that I'm the villain, but let's be honest, what have I done?” she remarks. “I've been told to go drown, I’m the spawn of Satan, I’m a b**ch. And I'm like, what have I really done? I’ve just stuck to my morals and values.

“That was triggering because all the girls were attacking me and it felt like high school and that's why I wanted to leave because I was like, at what point do you say enough is enough?”

She went on to say that she believes the other women didn’t like her during filming because they were “really intimidated” by her confidence, which is also what she thinks Jed found most attractive about her.

“I don't owe these girls any loyalty,” she continues. “I've just been me and haters are gonna hate. And you know what? It's all the hate that gets people talking about me, so thank you to my haters out there. Love you!”

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