So with that little nugget of information, let's take a deep dive into who actually wins. First things first, we have to rule out Elly Miles. Although the frontrunner is one of the most eligible Bachelorettes we've seen to date, she's rumoured to walk out of the mansion this week.
As for the resident villain, Abbie Chatfield, we have a feeling she won't make it to this season's finale, with an insider allegedly claiming the controversial contestant has since tried to start a relationship with Married At First Sight's Billy Vincent.
"Abbie has been talking to multiple guys on Instagram including Married at First Sight's Billy Vincent and last year's runner up from Ali Oetjen's season of the Bachelorette, Todd King," a source told New Idea.
Helena Sauzier is also another frontrunner, but it seems she might be too overwhelmed by the whole process and is rumoured to leave the mansion following her hometown visit. Despite professing her love for Matt after their disastrous single date last week, an insider claims Helena tried to quit the show during hometown visits after realising the astrophysicist "wasn't going to pick her in the end".
“She felt, judging by the way Matt was treating her, he wasn’t going to pick her in the end – he kept getting simple things about her wrong and she ended up having a meltdown at home visits,” a source said.
“She told producers she was staying in Perth because she didn’t see any point in coming back to Sydney to finish filming and she gave Matt a letter explaining her decision. But in the end producers and Matt begged her to stay.”
Fan favourite Chelsie McLeod is slated as this year's winner. “She’s becoming really insecure as she’s seeing the relationships Matt has with the other women,” a source said. “She really thought that what they had was special, so seeing him also be intimate with the other women is really hurtful and it’s getting harder and harder for her as the show goes on.”
Then underdog Emma Roche, who despite being labelled a stage-5 clinger early on in the competition, has paved her way as a clear frontrunner.
We'll just have to wait and see.