The Bachelor's Osher Gunsberg has weighed in on the rumour that this year's contestants are cattier and meaner than previous seasons.
“There is a Mean Girls theme that does happen in this show,” revealed Osher on his Hit105 radio show this morning.
So what does this mean for self proclaimed 'softie' Matty J?
The 2017 Bachelor opened up about this season's catfights, revealing the cocktail parties will more dramatic than ever before.
“At the cocktail parties there was so much that happened that I didn’t know about,” he said on KIIS FM.
“I’d have a conversation, come back into the rest of the girls and someone would be in tears. I’d say, ‘Hey, what happened?’ And nobody wanted to dob anyone in, because no girl wanted to be the dobber and no one wanted to spend a conversation talking about other girls because time is so precious.”
The Bondi local confessed, "I “underestimated just how much tension there would be between the girls”.
On his way to finding love Matty J revealed he kissed several of the Bachelorettes, while speaking to Osher on Hit105.
“That was something that I struggled with at the start,” he said.
“I did feel like I was a bit of a sleaze bag kissing multiple girls and I did think, ‘I’m essentially cheating right now.’ And it took a while for me to tell myself it was OK.”
This year's contests range in age from 23 to 34, some critics have slammed the network for little diversity among the contestants beyond hair colour.
The Bachelor premieres tonight at 7.30pm on Ten.
This article originally appeared on InStyle.
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