Australia's inaugural bachelor, Tim Robards, has shared his thoughts on the new format of the dating show, reflecting on how things have changed since he was the one dishing out roses.
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Speaking exclusively to WHO, Tim confirmed he is indeed watching the new season of The Bachelor(s), which features not one, not two, but three men looking for love.
The dad of one, who is still with his winner Anna Heinrich, confessed the new format is "different" but entertaining.
"I think it's an interesting change. A good change," he tells WHO.
"It’s fun, it's entertaining. It's got all the little elements that, you know, keep you watching. Hopefully they each find someone in there."
The Neighbours alum went on to say that the dating show is worlds away from its first season.
"It’s definitely changed a lot since back in our day. It was 10 years ago almost, I think. Something like that."
As for how he would have fared with two other bachelors on the scene, Tim thinks the end result would've been different.
"I don’t know. It would've been a very different story," he laughs. "I don't even know how I did it in the first place."
This year, Felix Von Hofe, Jed McIntosh and Thomas Mallucelli are putting their hearts on the line to, hopefully, find love. And with three times the men, there has been three times the drama.
From a polyamory 'secret', an OnlyFans 'scandal', and now a shock return, it's hard to keep up with the bachie plot these days.
With the finale next week, we wonder which of the men will find lasting love, like Tim and Anna.
The Bachelors airs 7.30 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday on 10 and 10 play.