Keira all but confirmed she was set to return to our screens last month, teasing fans when she said: “I’ll be appearing on another reality TV show and all I can say is that it’ll be happening soon.”
While at this point in time we're unsure which other reality stars couple up, we do know this season is going to be the best yet! According to Channel 10's programming boss, Daniel Monaghan, the upcoming season is not only filled with drama, but there are also a few success stories!
"We love the drama, but to have love at the end of it as well is really refreshing," he said in an interview with TV Blackbox."It's been a stellar, stellar season of Paradise over in Fiji, we've got some really good cast over there. We're really comfortable with how that's landed and the love that's come out of it, at the end," he added.
As we know, Keira's ex— who was branded a "stage five clinger" on Sophie Monk's season of The Bachelorette— has since moved on with fellow Bachie star, Sam Royce.
Last week, the couple shared a few snaps together as they spent the night sleeping on the streets to raise money for Mission Australia.
“And it begins. One night sleeping out to raise awareness for @mission_aust” Jarrod captioned the pic of the pair cosying up in a sleeping bag.
While Jarrod has shown no signs of heartbreak, Keira recently opened up to WHO about her split from the reality star, revealing Jarrod dumped and then ghosted her after they had a seemingly insignificant fight during a boozy night out.
According to Keira, her on-again-off-again boyfriend cared more about spending time with his friends than trying to make it work with her.
“He promised me the world, marriage and children and told me he was ready to settle down, but the reality is that wasn’t what he wanted at all, he was more interested in going to the pub with his mates,” she said.
“We broke up on a drunken night out over something silly and that was it,” Keira said. “He went back to the pub and I never heard from him again. Nothing at all and that was really hard for me. I wanted it to work. I’m a sucker for a fairytale ending which is why I went on The Bachelor in the first place.
“Having someone ghost you is probably the hardest break-up to go through. There is no last conversation which means I had no closure. Which I really struggled with,” she continued.