Osher also opened up about failing to predict the gender of his future child - who he shares with his wife of two-years, Audrey Griffen.
The Logie-nominee was convinced that he was expecting a daughter and was left in shock after their gender reveal party.
"Convinced! I was convinced. We gave Georgia the [gender reveal] envelope so she knew, and she planned a big party. That was fun. I wore pink," he exclaimed.
Osher - also known as Andrew G - explained his reasoning for the prediction.
"I just figured since every baby that’s come from my generation, in our family, had been born a boy. So I thought, sure. A girl’s going to pop out! But nope," the 45-year-old said.
With all this mind, it's safe to say that all bets are off for the next episode of The Bachelor.
"Most of the girls are shocked and pissed," said the feisty Mary Viturino.
"She said she wouldn't and then she did," Monique Morley remarked.
Some contestants were more generous with their opinion.
"I think he needs to spend time with everyone. It sounds like Abbie got nice and close to Matt. They had some good moments. Good on her," said Elly Miles - who was the first to secure a date with the astrophysicist.
However, for the most part, it looks like it will be a dramatic road to the finale of the Bachelor.
"The girls are forced to go to extreme lengths to secure time with Matt and there are more shock twists and tantrums than ever before," an insider says.
"With so many girls, Matt’s time is so thinly spread with each of them. So the girls begin to get desperate and start to do outrageous things to get his attention – it’s like The Hunger Games!"
The Bachelor airs Wednesdays and Thursdays on Network Ten.