Since then, the pair have become close friends, so much so that they often wrote gushing comments to one another on social media in 2018.
There are still photo's of Vakoo wearing Tammy's Saski collection in a professional photoshoot on her own Instagram page. In November, she described the activewear as "sweat proof" in an online review.
It's even possible that Tammy Hembrow may appear in Vakoo's hometown date - if she makes it that far in the reality tv show.
Wouldn't that be a major twist?
After the first week of The Bachelor Australia aired this new season, Vakoo was the victim of online racist attacks.
The model opened up to reality TV podcast Real Talk with Holly & Ali about the horrific racist comments she has received after appearing on The Bachelor.
WATCH: The Bachelor's Vakoo reveals shocking racist attacks
The 23-year-old stole the show during the first episode in the shows premiere thanks to her red-carpet entrance and hilarious one-liners.
However, the Sydney local has since revealed that behind the scenes, she has been the victim of nasty racist comments online.
Vakoo reached out to Real Talk with Holly & Ali to share her experience after podcast hosts Holly Richards and Ali Cromarty expressed their frustration with the lack of diversity on The Bachelor.
“She was touched by us talking about this,” Ali said on Real Talk.
“She said to us after the first episode aired that she received some pretty nasty comments.
“She said, ‘Got some pretty negative comments last night, people calling me the N word and just judging me because of my skin colour. So when I heard you guys, it really melted my heart that there’s people who just look at me for the person I am’.”
The Bachelor returns tonight!
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