The first ever bisexual season of The Bachelorette is just days away.
And leading lady Brooke Blurton has teased that she’ll share a kiss with one of her male or female suitors at the first cocktail party.
In a teaser trailer for the show, Brooke says to the camera: ‘Yeah, it was pretty hot!’
‘It was pretty hot!’ The Bachelorette’s Brooke Blurton has teased that she’ll share a kiss with one of her male or female suitors at the first cocktail party
The trailer seems to imply that a woman kisses Brooke, which leaves the male contestants in a spin.
‘The girls are coming out with a bang!’ exclaims one stunned fella.
‘You are kidding me,’ adds another. ‘Shots fired.’
‘It looks like there might be more bubbling than just the champagne at the first cocktail party,’ Channel 10 teased in the caption.
Romance: The trailer seems to imply that a woman kisses Brooke, which leaves the male contestants in a spin
The seventh season of The Bachelorette has broken ground as the first series with an Indigenous and bisexual lead.
Both men and women will be vying for Brooke’s affection, leading viewers to assume there could also be romances between the mixed-gender contestants.
But this is now looking less likely to happen because Brooke, 26, has revealed the men and women on the show will actually be housed in separate mansions.
‘The girls are coming out with a bang!’ exclaims one stunned fella in the trailer
This means there won’t be any relationships between the men and bisexual women; however, there could still be same-sex entanglements in the women’s mansion.
Brooke confirmed the housing situation in an interview with Yahoo, adding: ‘This whole season is run completely differently, having both males and females.
‘I think the show will be reverted back to its core which is about finding love, and there will be drama obviously, but I think the whole purpose of the show is finding my person and I’m hoping that kind of reverts back to the wholesomeness of it.’
The youth worker didn’t reveal if there was a secondary love story on the cards for her season, but said she was ‘open-minded about that being a possibility’.
‘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,’ she continued.
‘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.’
The Bachelorette premieres Wednesday, October 20, at 7.30pm on Channel 10
Coming soon! The Bachelorette premieres Wednesday, October 20, at 7.30pm on Channel 10