As a self-proclaimed "master manipulator", Ari has entered Big Brother's new and improved house claiming to be "10 steps ahead of everyone else".
Like Tilly, the law student isn't planning on letting on how smart he is to his fellow contestants, in fact, he's not interested in revealing many truths about himself to his competitors.
The ambitious student from the Eastern suburbs believes that charming his way into fake friendships will be the way to win the Big Brother competition.
Considering Ari has confessed to not letting anything getting in the way of his plans to become Australia's youngest Prime Minister, we have no doubt he will do whatever it takes to take out top spot.
Having admitted to despising anything "boring", it's no surprise the 22-year-old has big plans when it comes to the Big Brother prize money.
Should Ari be victorious, he is ready to go on a spending spree in France. And, if he wins, it looks like he won't be headed there solo.
Just two weeks ago, according to the Daily Mail, Ari was spotted with his boyfriend of two months, Alistair Clark.
And if you're worried his sighting means he's out of the race, don't worry; the show itself was filmed months ago, but the finale has yet to be filmed. So it's anyone's game! Well, except for those who have already been evicted.
Will Ari get his holiday to France? We guess we'll have to wait and see.