New Zealand’s first ever Bachelor Arthur Green found love on his season of the reality show, and now, the 27-year-old and his gorgeous gal Matilda Rice are sitting back and watching Jordan Mauger’s search for true love on season two.
With his unique love story unfolding in front of the cameras last year, the Paleo hunk has more insight than anyone into Jordan’s tumultuous journey to find Ms Right. So, we asked him the hard questions about this week’s episodes!
Highlights and low lights
Highlight: Jordan's date with Storm. It felt like the two showed some true feelings for one another.
Low light: The abseiling date. Of the three women that went on the date - two fell and cried, and the third just said, "Nah not for me". Perhaps the production team need to reassess their dates, or Jordan needs to select his datees more thoughtfully.
Close second low light: Rebecca telling Jordan about her thesis on reality TV. Although the fact that she told him was great, it was just a shame that she waited until now to let him know.
Rose rating: Two roses. To be honest, this week was a bit boring. The dates were mediocre and the only believable conversation I saw was with Storm. I found myself sitting through a repetitive cycle of dates, superficial conversations and shiny dresses without losing myself in any true romance.
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