In a move that has never been done before, 16 men and women have entered the mansion to try and win over the 26-year-old’s heart. Brooke is the first Indigenous and pansexual Bachelorette, making this season a truly historical one.
We were first introduced to Brooke on Honey Badger’s season of The Bachelor, where she famously quit the show despite being a clear front runner. She then tried her luck at Bachelor In Paradise, before agreeing to front The Bachelorette this year.
With Brooke being the first to represent two communities on the show this year comes with expectations, but she told POPSUGAR Australia that she’s going to focus on being herself.
“I try not to feel the pressure because I’m just Brooke, and I’m just going to be me. I feel pressure to represent both communities, and that I represent them with integrity and a lot of pride. So I feel pressured to do that, but I feel like I’m just Brooke at the end of the day,” she said.
Unfortunately, heartbreak is inevitable on The Bachelorette, and while one person gets lucky in love, 15 are forced to head home.
At the end of every episode, host Osher Gunsberg tells one contestant that they did not receive a rose in his famous whisper voice. And because we know you want to remain up to date at all times, we have all of the eliminated bachelors and bachelorettes in one place.
Here are all of the contestants who have been sent home on The Bachelorette.