Fri, Aug 31, 10:18am by Staff Writer
Australian television’s most talked about reality program, The Bachelor Australia, is in full swing for this season.
With 25 stunning female’s vying for Bachelor Nick Cummins heart, we are now at virtually the halfway point of the competition, with 13 of the ladies left in the running.
Although there may be 13 in the house, there appears to be one lady in particular who is a clear favourite to be ‘The Honey Badger’s’ choice come the end of the season, Brittany.
Brittany is a clear $1.60 favourite to win this season of The Bachelor Australia, which may be due to her recently being caught interacting with Cummin’s family on Facebook.
A fan forum published screenshots of Nick’s sister Bernadette wishing Brittany a happy birthday on Facebook.
Add to the fact she scored the first kiss of the season on the August 22 episode and she looks to be a logical favourite here.
Sophie is priced as a $4 second favourite, with speculation prior to the series back in June that her and Cummins were an item according to The Daily Mail. The two shared their first on screen kiss on Wednesday’s episode and is major contender in the series.
Third favourite at $6 is Brooke who has been considered a worthy challenger to the above mentioned leading contenders. She has also shared a kiss with ‘The Honey Badger’, with their on-screen chemistry a point of interest to the many fans of the show.
Rhiannon leads the remainder of the cast in the betting market at $12, with Cass ($16) and Shannon ($18) the other two ladies priced at under $20.
Tenille is rated a $26 chance, whilst Dasha who has also shared a passionate kiss with Cummins, is priced at $31 to walk away in union with him.
Romy, who has been considered a villain in the series, is priced at $41 and has attracted speculation that she has been placed in the series as a paid actress.
Outside chances for the competition are Ashlea ($61), Cat ($81), Emily ($101) and Alisha at $151.
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