WHO: Congrats on your ambassador gig with Johnny Bigg! What attracted you to the role?
APOLLO: It's just a brand that has style and comfort for bigger guys at the forefront of their mind is really nice, rather than just an after thought. The fact that you can feel confident to wear super nice clothes as a tall, bigger guy and not have to settle for the one or two sizes that might fit you at the back of the rack.
WHO: A model, magician and a musician! Will you be releasing music anytime soon?
APOLLO: I held my debut single back last because I had a bunch of songs and I thought rather than rush and release something I'll release the album this year.
WHO: So when can fans expect your album release?
APOLLO: We're looking at in about 8 weeks (early May) and the album is called 'Alter Your Reality' and it's all pop EDM. Just good vibe stuff that will get people moving.
WHO: Bachelor In Paradise is about to kick off. How was it different to filming The Bachelorette?
APOLLO: It was a lot more of a relaxed environment. There are a lot of different dynamics, a bunch of different people and personalities. The fact that you can go on a date and if you're having a great time with someone you don't have to wait for a date card to see them. You can spend as much time as you want with them.
WHO: Did you form any friendships in the resort that you didn't expect to?
APOLLO: A lot of the dudes that I met I'd met on The Bachelorette, so I was lucky to be mates with the guys on that.
WHO: Have you kept in touch with Sophie at all since The Bachelorette?
APOLLO: We ended up friends off the back of it. We're both really busy people so haven't spoken to her, I've just been working with different brands and on my music.
WHO: Would you still consider being The Bachelor?
APOLLO: My schedule for this year has become pretty busy so I wouldn't be able to fit it in.