Jamie-Lee is a fellow Bachelor alum, having also starred on Nick Cummins' season, where she first laid eyes on Brooke.
"For three years, I've wondered if this is one-sided," Jamie-Lee can be heard saying in her promo video. Will Jamie-Lee be the one to win Brooke's heart?
This 'Persian Prince' arrives on a ride-on lawnmower, surprising Brooke and catching her attention in an instant. We're already obsessed.
"The connection with Darvid is really strong already. It's a really nice feeling," Brooke can be heard saying in Darvid's introductory video.
"Everyone's threatened by him. Everyone's jealous of him."
Dancer and NRL cheerleader Holly seems to also make quite the impression on the red carpet, inviting Brooke to dance with her.
"Slow-dancing with Holly was just so romantic," Brooke admits. "The way that she makes me feel, I am like, mind-blown."
Konrad the carpenter, who describes himself as a hopeless romantic, makes an immediate impression on Brooke. Building her something on the red carpet, he's sure to stand apart.
"The tradie look just gets me," Brooke tells the camera. "I'm in definite trouble right now with Konrad. He left me curious, I love that."
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Looking for someone adventurous to share his #instaboyfie skills with, Beau is ready to find love. While the photographer can be shy at first, Beau also describes himself as "happy, funny, fit, cheeky and driven."
Described as chaotic, loud and enthusiastic, Bec is sure to bring good vibes to the Bachelorette mansion. Passionate about mental health and being an inclusive ally, she's also sure to connect with Brooke over their shared interests.
A hardworking and intelligent podiatrist, Steve may not be in with a shot here - since Brooke herself spoke about her hatred of feet in an interview this week. But maybe he can win her over with his charm.
"I'm looking for someone to really light up my world," Steve says, continuing to describe himself as providing "fun times, laughs and a very supportive and caring environment" to a potential partner.
A proud Indigenous woman and youth worker like Brooke, Taje will share a strong connection with the star. Saying she is loyal, empathetic and protective, she believes she's the ultimate catch for our Bachelorette because "I know who I am and what I stand for."
Another contestant who works with at-risk youth, Carissa is a psychologist with a big heart. "I felt really drawn to Brooke," she says of applying to the show. "She has many qualities that I am really attracted to, especially her caring nature towards young people."
Admitting she can sometimes be "very awkward" and "talk in circles" when she likes someone, Carissa hopes the right person will adore her awkwardness.
This Vet Receptionist says her dream date would be doing something exciting that leads to making a special memory, so here's hoping she gets one of the cool helicopter dates instead of a lake picnic.
Emily also has one of the most relatable 'negative' traits, saying she spends time getting lost on TikTok. "I literally cry-laugh scrolling through the app, then quote it until it’s no longer funny anymore," she admits.
Watch out Konrad, there's another carpenter in town. Saying he and Brooke share a love of being active and having adventures, Johann is sure his 'spontaneous' and 'silly' personality will make a mark.
Proving to be a fierce contender for Brooke's heart, Jess says she's still single because "choosing a
partner, your forever person, should not be something that is rushed or taken lightly."
The Software Sales Exec also describes her dream date as sitting on a rug on the sand overlooking the ocean, sipping on wine and eating some good cheese. Brooke, you know what to do.
Describing himself as an "open book," Matt's honest approach to dating should serve him well inside the mansion. Looking for a laid back girl, Matt is another contestant who favours a picnic + wine + cheese platter dream date combo.
Though she admits she's sometimes "not good" at being emotionally aware, Ritu is sure she's a good match for Brooke. They're literally two peas in a pod.
"I think Brooke and I are very similar," Ritu says. "Not only are we both POC queer women, we are both based in Melbourne and passionate about mental health and trauma recovery. I studied law so that I can support women who have experienced any kind of abuse."
Another spots-lover, Kurt is adventurous and enjoys getting outdoors. We feel like this season is set to have a higher than average number of athletics dates thanks to Brooke's impressive skills on the field. But we will watch them for you, Brooke.
Though he's ready to fall in love, he admits his lack of previous long term relationships might be a "red flag" for Brooke.
Last but not least is Ryan, a hardworking plumber who shares Brooke's love of AFL. He's also sitting a little more luxe on the Bachie romance scale, saying his dream date is to "sky‐dive in the day, and dinner and drinks on a yacht at sunset." Well, it is a dream date and all. No point saying picnic like the others.
The Bachelorette Australia airs Wednesday and Thursday, 7:30pm, on 10.
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