Nick Cummins tracked down on luxury holiday amid Bachelor backlash

Alicia Vrajlal
Entertainment Editor

Nick Cummins has managed to hide away from the backlash of his shock Bachelor finale decision up until now.

But last night’s episode of A Current Affair showed the program track down the Honey Badger in Papua New Guinea to ask him about his choice to choose no one at the end of the dating show.

“Do you understand how upset those girls are?” ACA’s reporter Reid Butler asked the 31-year-old former rugby union player.

A Current Affair tracked down Nick Cummins in Papua New Guinea to ask him about his choice to choose no one at the end of The Bachelor. Photo: Channel Nine

“You’re kidding, aren’t ya?” Nick responded, wearing a white rob after what looked like a dip in his hotel’s pool.

When the reporter continued, “Can we ask you some questions about the mess you left back home?”, it was clear the Honey Badger was less than impressed and said he was away from Australia to have a break and would address it in his own time.

Last week the nation witnessed a very dramatic Bachelor finale when Nick rejected both Brittany Hockley and Sophie Tieman.

The Honey Badger wouldn’t budge. Photo: Channel Nine

Since then the Bachelor has faced a wave of backlash on social media, from both fans and contestants of the show.

Upon arriving in Australia on Wednesday, he reportedly snapped at local media after being quizzed about the Bachelor.

“It’s six months ago… I think we’re all over it. I think you need to [get over it],” he told a photographer at Brisbane airport, reports Daily Mail Australia. 

Got a story tip? Send it to tips@oath.com

Want more lifestyle and celebrity news? Follow Yahoo Lifestyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Or sign up to our daily newsletter here.