This big bachie rumour was just confirmed and OMG

1 min read


Former Bachelor Nick 'Honey Badger' Cummins has revealed to ABC's Radio National that all those rumours about Bachie couples being contractual obligated to stay together are pretty much true.

“I was actually disappointed that people are so brainwashed, you’re not going to get your fairytale ending every time,” he explained.

“And what’s more important, me just saying ‘yes’ and going through the motions and dragging some girl through all this media about how we’re in love and then three months down the track after the contract’s over, um, we’re allowed to break up.

“I’m not going to drag them through that rubbish … and break her heart. Bugger that.”

The revelation comes hot on the heels of rumours Ali and Taite, from the most recent season of The Bachelorette, aren't really in it for the long haul.

Sophie Monk and her Bachie pick, Stu Laundy, were also rumoured to be merely sticking it out to the three month mark.

Nick has repeated these comments on The Project in October of 2018:

“It’s not fair to her. Going down that path three months, only to break her heart,” he said.

“She’d be sitting here now. People would be asking if you’re in love, and it’s like… I didn’t want to lie.”

Nova has reached out for comment from Channel Ten. report a spokesperson for the network stating the below:

“As if! There is no way 10 would have a contract that says The Bachelor Australia couple has to stay together after the show finishes. Not a chance, it’s up to them."

Image: The Bachelorette / Channel Ten


We just ‘ADORE’ having Amy Shark in Nova’s Red Room. Check it out below, it’s a lot better than our pun.

Written By Ally Parker