The Bachelor is one of Australia's most popular reality TV programs, but an industry insider claimed it's not all as glamorous as it seems as the house which held contestants offered 'terrible' living conditions.
The insider even claims suggested that The Bachelor producers force the girls to sleep on bunk beds and starved by only being given 2/3 of an avocado per week. however, since these reports, former contestant Snezana Markoski has opened up about the reality of living in the Bachelor pad and confirms that the claims were not accurate during her experience on the show.
In an interview with Hughesy and Kate on Tuesday, the 37-year-old revealed that the contestants on her 2015 series were given whole avocados and were even given he option to produce weekly shopping lists.
"They [the conditions] actually weren't that bad," Markoski revealed "I think we did get a full avocado, but that's because we kind of worked out our shopping lists."
The mum-to-be also went on to admit that the girls were offered catering services on occasion.
"Yeah the girls get to write up their own shopping lists and you get catering as well on nights when you have cocktail parties," she told the radio hosts.
Clearly the star's time on the show was blissful, so much so she ended up getting engaged to Bachelor Sam Wood.
The couple are expecting their first baby!
This article originally appeared on Who.