Following Leah Costa's controversial elimination from the mansion, we didn't think The Bachelor Australia could get *more* dramatic. But last night's episode saw not one, but three women eliminated, and one lady scoring a second date, which turned into an overnight stay.
Elora and Matty J took a trip to the Blue mountains, Jen was not happy telling the cameras. "I'm absolutely disgusted. You've got amazing women here who haven't even had a single date, and you're taking Elora, scum of the earth, on a second date."
Matty and Elora's date took place in the blue mountains, where the duo had their first kiss.
The producers didn't reveal whether or not Elora and Matty spent the night together to in separate rooms, but the Tatian native later told the camera, "it was all very PG 13."
Sharlene became the second contestant to walk out after a very awkward confrontation with Matty. "There's a lot about you that I really like and I think what we have is lovely, but is that going to proceed and evolve into being a romantic connection? In my eyes, unfortunately I don't think it is."
The wedding planner promptly left the mansion, telling the other girls "I've decided to leave."
On Instagram, Sharlene hilariously wrote: "I was the best bloody caterer the Bachelor has ever seen!! Stay tuned.... Sharlene's catering services coming soon...."
At the rose ceremony, Matty said goodbye to Alix and Stephanie, leaving the girls devastated after he triple elimination.