The Northern Beaches local admitted that she had already 'socialised' with Nick just before the show (whatever that means) and that it 'fizzled out' because both of them were supposedly ‘to busy’ at the time to make it work, which seems a little ironic they are now on the show.
After we were introduced to the couples pre-existing romance, Cass was apparently thrilled at the opportunity for a second chance despite the bachelorette still blaming the show for making her look like a ‘stage-five clinger’.
In another interview with The Daily Telegraph, Cass couldn't believe how much she has been featured in this year’s series.
"It is crazy," she told The Daily Telegraph, "I didn't know I would be featured this much. The first episode was pretty hard to watch because they only show certain things. It is not a true portrayal of me and what people are saying that I am a stage five clinger and a stalker. It is nasty and untrue."
"I just feel like it came across more one-sided and showed me more than his true reaction," she added.
Another Bachelor contestant, Jarrod Woodgate, says that Cass doesn't deserve the “stage-five clinger” label, "I've been a stage-five clinger for quite some time, she needs to train up for it," he told Daily Mail Australia, "She's still learning!"
Well, doesn’t really seem to matter what you believe at this stage, but one thing is certain. Cass Wood still read a very intimate piece from her diary in only episode three of the show.
If that doesn’t say competitive, I don’t know what does.