"No, they didn't," Angie replied.
"Did they bring any different shades of race in?" Kyle asked again.
"'Yeah!" Angie said, to which Kyle replied: "Okay, good."
"I don't pick the guys that come in, they're cast for me," she clarified.
Angie has previously opened up about her type, revealing she's attracted to mixed-race men and would never discriminate.
"O love culture, that's what I'm looking for," the former I'm A Celeb... Get Me Out Of Here contestant told TV Week in April. "I'm generally attracted to mixed-race guys, but I don't want people to think I won't date white guys. I want there to be a variety of people. I don't want an all-white cast, that's not what I'm into."
Although Angie has been single for over eight years and recently confessed she's never been in love, she knows what she's after!
"They have to be funny. Like, you need to be a bit quirky, a bit nuts. In a good way! I want to have a laugh. That's my big thing."
She continued: “I’m at a place now where I have loads of self-love, but I’m also open to all of life’s amazing possibilities. So, if 20 or so fellas want to join me, have a laugh and potentially be my perfect partner in life and love – I say – let’s give it a red-hot go!”
While it's safe to say she's remained tight-lipped about what's to come on her season of The Bachelorette, the 28-year-old HAS confirmed she's still "'very, very happy" with the lucky suitor who won her heart!
"I'm totally glad I did it. I've learnt so much about myself," she recently revealed.
As for whether she got down on one knee and proposed to the man of her dreams, the former Gogglebox Australia star says that's definitely not her style!
"I'm not into it [women proposing to men]. I've never planned a wedding, even though a lot of girls do when they're younger. I've planned my funeral, which is a bit weird," she added, rather morbidly.
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