I couldn’t think of anything worse than watching the man I am in love with hook up with another woman vying for his heart. However, unfortunately, that became Chelsie McLeod’s reality when she was forced to watch her current boyfriend dry hump her rival Abbie for seven weeks straight.
Since winning Matt’s heart, the chemical engineer has weighed in on the steamy romps which were almost too racy for the show’s PG prime-time slot, admitting it wasn’t as hard as she thought it would be.
“I was mentally prepared for it,” she told KIIS FM’s Kyle and Jackie O this morning. “Obviously it wasn’t comfortable but it’s all good… I think?”
Although she seems way too chill about the whole ordeal, the rest of Australia wasn’t having a bar of it. Immediately after that beach romp aired, a palpable wave of shock and outrage flooded the Internet, with hundreds of angry viewers taking to Twitter to slamming the network for airing the "inappropriate" and "unnecessary" scene during a prime time slot.
"Ugh. What is this? Pornhub?" one furious fan Tweeted. "This surely isn't appropriate for a 7:30 timeslot," another added.
Eh, either way, Chelsie still won so it doesn’t really matter at this point!
WATCH: MATT AND CHELSIE HAVE A CUTE MESSAGE FOR AUSTRALIA
Last night, Matt professed his love for the blonde beauty, revealing he knew from the start they had something special.
"I've never believed in such thing as the perfect woman till I met you. You encapsulate everything that I'm looking for in a woman. My biggest fear is opening up to that special someone. And having my heart broken into a thousand pieces. But coming into this experience, I promised I would throw caution to the wind and I'd overcome that fear," he said.
While he found the lady he hopes to spend the rest of his life with, he also had to break someone else's heart. After Matt sent this year's villain, Abbie home, she tried to play it off like she wasn't bothered, however later released a scathing statement.
"The only way I can describe this moment is complete and utter shock. I was numb. I couldn’t and didn’t want to feel anything.I had felt for weeks that what Matt and I had was real and I trusted him wholeheartedly when he told me how he felt about me. From Hometowns, I forgot the cameras were there. It didn’t feel like we were filming a show at all, it felt like we had this real relationship built in a little bubble of “The Bachelor” and we would be out soon and able to live a normal life."
She continued: Hearing Matt say “my heart is with someone else” reminded me that we were filming and that Matt had to make a difficult decision, and he did not see in me what I saw in him. I felt silly for ever imagining Matt would love me. It was like emotional whiplash. I was so confused and it felt like I was in a dystopian reality. The second the cameras turned off, I sobbed. I screamed. I couldn’t breathe. I didn’t think this would be how we would end. I spent weeks crying about this relationship that had almost no closure. I still haven’t fully healed from my relationship with Matt, but I know he and the gorgeous woman he is with are happy, and that’s all that matters.
Uh, that's rough.