Yeah, so the majority of Bachie viewers weren’t fans of Jarrod, whose single-minded intensity, aggressive competitive streak, and creepy crawling behaviour toward his one true love, Sophie Monk, saw him repel millions throughout his journey.
But, as he stressed throughout the show, he was there for one reason: to secure the enemy bunker… I mean, to win Sophie’s heart. And for all the nation’s teasing, Jarrod made it to the top two with this technique, and seemed to legitimately charm Sophie enough that she looked visibly crushed when she had to crush him.
She was doing him a favour though, as the below list demonstrates.
It’s actually a massive shame that Jarrod didn’t win, for usually with The Bachelor(ette), the final selection is made, true love is found, and the credits roll. We wish them well, then carry on with things.
But Sophie Monk is a celebrity. We would have gotten months, maybe years more of Jarrod’s antics.
Imagine seeing Jarrod attack a paparazzi member!
Imagine his jealous red scowl as Millsy slips an arm around Soph’s waist for a red carpet snap.
Imagine him trying not to punch Pete Helliar as he quips about Sophie’s past affairs on The Project.
This is only scratching the surface.
Below we present the world of pain that Jarrod dodged – for he would be emotionally unable to handle the following aspects of Sophie’s life.