The Bachelor Australia Season 2: First Look of New Bachelor [VIDEO]

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By Anshu Shrivastava | June 25, 2014 8:33 PM EST

"The Bachelor Australia" is returning soon with a new season of wooing and falling in love on television. Blake Garvey is the new bachelor in the new edition. The first look video, which was recently released, describes Garvey as "tall," "dark," "handsome," "charming," "funny," "smart" and "sweet."

According to the first look video of the new bachelor, "there is only thing that Blake needs -- Love." The video does not introduce the 24 bachelorettes who will be fighting it out to gain the handsome hunk's attention and importantly, to win the red rose and his love.

There is a twist in the new season, as a white rose will be introduced in the premiere episode. The Channel has yet to reveal the mystery behind the white rose in a reality show that is known for giving and not giving red roses.  

Garvey, 31, is a Perth boy, born and raised there.  The 196cm tall man is a real estate auctioneer and a sports enthusiast. The first look promo confirms that the man works out, as the opening shot of the first look shows his well-toned, sexy abs.   

The previous edition bachelor Tim Robards got lucky on the show. He met Anna and fell in love with her. Tim gave her the final red rose in the Season finale and these two are still going strong. Earlier this month, Mail Online reported that Anna and Tim took off to South Australia's wine region, the Barossa Valley for a romantic getaway.   

In an interview with Sydney Morning Herald, Robards had offered some tips to the next bachelor.  "Just be yourself," Robards had said, adding, "Just be open and don't judge too quickly.

"It takes people a while to get rid of their clumsy and goofy habits and if I had judged Anna originally on that, I probably wouldn't have kept her around," he had said.

As the promo says, "Let the Fireworks Begin."

[Youtube/The Bachelor Australia]

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