Cue the flashbacks to the 2018 shock finale, which saw the Bachelor choose no one.
"Famously the Honey Badger [Nick Cummins] couldn't choose someone," Hillary said, "and now we have a Bachelor who has fallen in love with more than one girl, which is a first for us in Australia."
In what the show is teasing to be "an ending you won't believe", we’ve already seen the torment Locky is set to face thanks to early promos.
"It shouldn't be this way, but it is. I'm in love with both of them," Locky says as he’s brought to tears.
"It's ripping me apart. Like, you don't break up with someone that you love."
Just who are the two women who have the Bachie in such a state?
Only time will tell.
In the meantime, we’re keeping track of all the ladies who sadly do not receive a coveted rose and are sent home.
The stunning model from Victoria failed to make a connection with the Bachie on the first night.
In a double whammy first episode, Locky also sent home brunette beauty Nadine.
She brought an adorable pooch with her on the red carpet, but Locky couldn't see a future with Marlaina.
The adventure ended for Leilani at the second rose ceremony. At least she'll always have that entrance with the leis.
In a whopping triple elimination, brunette beauty Georgie was also sent packing after the second rose ceremony.
Our Penguin Queen flapped her wings and bid farewell to the Bachelor mansion. At least she'll always have that memorable entrance.
She may have been one of Areeba's girls, but Kristina failed to make an impression on Locky and was sent packing.
Even when she was being booted from the mansion and endured her first ever rejection on national TV, our favourite boss had a smile on her face.
This PE teacher may have had her moment in the mud bath with Locky, but it just didn't go the distance.
Farewell to the mansion's beauty queen! She may have won Miss Australia Continents, but she couldn't win Locky's heart.
The elusive Marg missed out on top 10, but at least she can rock the hell out of a jumpsuit.
The famous "ranga" sadly didn't make a lasting connection with Locky.
Back to Perth for this Louis Vuitton-loving lady. Fingers crossed her Prince Charming is waiting for her back home.
Blonde beauty Bel made it to the top 10, but became the first person in the world to be eliminated via a virtual rose ceremony.
The dancer made a grand entrance and even nabbed the coveted triple threat rose at the beginning of the show, but Locky just couldn't see a connection with her and didn't invite Nicole back to the mansion.
Cue the tears! Roxi became the first contestant of the season to walk out after one too many arguments with Juliette. We'll miss you Rhonda.
One of the show's most dramatic contestants was sent home, as Locky revealed his final five ladies.
The outspoken blonde intruder, who famously sauntered onto our screens (and first met Locky) while wearing a wedding dress, was eliminated as Locky decided his top four ladies.
Kaitlyn confirmed on Instagram she is still single, but said she was grateful for her experience on the show.
"Turns out I’m still Bonnie looking for my Clyde 😔 This experience has given me confidence and I have grown so much as woman. The Bachelor experience made me believe in true love and not to settle for anything less and always wear your heart on your sleeve," she wrote.
"Heartbreak is rough but it’s a valuable lesson that you always deserve love and to be with someone that will love you for who you are even with your flaws & imperfections."
The lovable blonde didn’t form a strong enough bond with Locky to make it through to the finale.
While blond bombshell Bec entered the competition as an intruder - and first met Locky during a video date - the pair still forged a strong virtual connection that easily translated into real life romance. However, Bec sadly didn’t receive a rose during the penultimate finale.