Rumors of Kayne winning “The Bachelorette Australia” has finally ended. In the latest episode, Kayne was sent home by Sam Frost in the rose ceremony. This was an episode of double elimination where Tony Strugar was eliminated out of the double date.
Before the rose ceremony, Sam decided to go on a double date with Tony and Davey Lloyd. The date had the James Bond appeal and at the same time, the thrill, too. It was mentioned before the date that one would be sent home and at the end, it was Tony.
The two guys looked nervous with the idea of elimination on a date. Davey said, “This date is do or die,” while for Tony, “I feel like my head is on the chopping block.” Sasha, one of the favorites of Sam on “The Bachelorette Australia” had some opinion too. He mentioned, “Two polar opposites, going head to head, it’s a bit of a worry.”
When asked about being a father, Davey said, “The main thing that got me involved is that you’re so family orientated, my family is so important to me,” Tony was not too sure. When asked about soulmates, Tony could not answer properly. Davey was clear. “A soulmate is someone who you feel the most comfortable around.”
This date was followed by a group date where the guys had to impress 30 kids in a birthday party. The soccer player, Michael, was the prominent winner by telling a story of a princess named Sam and a prince named Michael. The duo went on to have dinner together and they shared their first kiss on the show.
Once the group date ended, the episode showed the rose ceremony. Two of the contestants already got roses. Kayne, 25, was the unlucky one sent back home. This leaves only 6 men in the journey to win Sam Frost’s heart on “The Bachelorette Australia.”