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The Bachelorette

"I've never watched it but if I was the first person of colour to be on there, then bring it on."
At least seven of the 20 men vying for sisters Elly and Becky Miles’ hearts come from culturally or linguistically diverse backgrounds.
The dating show isn't his first experience on reality TV.
The Sri Lankan Australian speaks about representation on screen as Locky Gilbert's 'Bachelor' season continues.
Rumours that Clare Crawley will be replaced by Tayshia Adams aren't being dismissed out of hand by the show's production company.
While it’s a world first to have two sisters on the show, NZ has tried the double-bachelorette formula, sparking a race debate.
The Bachelorette's Carlos Fang has spoken about 'tokenism' in casting, saying there's rarely "a person of colour standing there at the end of the season".
Fellow Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay criticised Brown, saying, "We have to hold people accountable for what they’re doing."
“I felt upset and disappointed that not only did I not come away with a husband, I came away with a lot of problems I didn’t have before the show."
The reality star was a carer for her friend who lives with Down syndrome and diabetes.
The reality show contestant's “clingy” behaviour could "sabotage the relationship" with Angie Kent, according to a relationship expert.
Beneath the 28-year-old's jovial demeanour is a compassionate side born out of his tough childhood.
'So long ethnic diversity. You never stood a chance.'
"It's so weird, but my whole life is not normal anyway. I've never really had normality since I was a teenager."
He may not have won Sophie's heart but the tributes are pouring in.
Hearts were broken but we finally know who Sophie picked.
This season has been non-stop surprises. And dugongs.