"The Bachelor" Australia has entered its final weeks. In the previous episode, Sarah and Natalie said good bye, leaving five girls in the competition to win Tom Robards' final proposal. Anna, Alison, Katherine, Rochelle and Danielle are still in the fray.
In the sneak peek of "The Bachelor" Australia, Tim says that he has strong feelings for all the five girls. It looks like the man is not yet ready to commit to one of the girls. According to the sneak peek, secrets of the past will be exposed. Danielle can be heard saying in the video clip that she feels a "little bit weird about it" and Rochelle is saying "there is a whole lot of my history that he doesn't know." Someone looks like is hiding something big. Anna will express her embarrassment on seeing her past exposed in front of Tim.
Expect Katherine, all the girls have gone on a one-to-one date with Tim. It is possible that tonight Tim will send the date card for Katherine. According to the Facebook Update: Katherine says: "If I get heartbroken, I get heartbroken. I'm willing to take that risk."
What to Expect from Tonight's Episode: Tim exploring the past of the five girls and someone is going to get hurt. It looks like something will bug Alison and she will not be happy about it. Rochelle will realise that "It's not just fun and games - it's for real." Also, Tim intends to create a date that is "totally over the top." Of course, someone is going home.
What do the girls feel about Tim? (Source: "The Bachelor, Australia" Facebook Page):
Alison: "Tim is one in a million. He takes my breath away."
Anna: "There is so much attraction there. I'm into Tim a lot."
Danielle: "This is someone I could spend the rest of my life with."
Katherine: "The physical chemistry is there."
Rochelle: "I've made up my mind. I definitely want to be with him"
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