Producers of this year’s The Bachelorette have gone to great lengths to ensure there’ll be no knocking boots between contestants, with the upcoming season featuring both men and women.
WA’s very own Brooke Blurton will be taking centre stage as she has a third crack at finding love on the franchise.
Blurton will make history as the first-ever Aboriginal Bachelorette and the first ever bi-sexual contestant.
However, with contestants spending more time together than with Blurton one-on-one, the show’s producers have had to step in to ensure no one gets a wandering eye.
Speaking to Yahoo the 26-year-old acknowledged the potential of there being more than just one love story on her season.
“I think I stayed open-minded about that being a possibility,” she said.
“It’s inevitable to happen, but I feel like it would be hypocritical of me to stop a connection from happening because love is love. It’d be obviously disheartening if you had a very strong connection with either of those people, but I think you kind of just have to ride the wave.”
Blurton confirmed that the male and female contestants will be living in separate mansions.
A trailer for the show has already teased the possibility of there being some canoodling between contestants.
One contestant is seen claiming that one of the male contestants had “deviated away from wanting to get to know Brooke”.
Blurton then appears to confront someone about “rumours”.
The Bachelorette premieres on October 20 on Channel 10.Internet Explorer Channel Network