EXCLUSIVE: Sam Frost tells us finale spoiler was “unnecessary”

SAM Frost finally got the fairy tale ending she always wanted on last nights finale of the Bachelorette, however spoiler photos posted online just hours before the show went to air were ‘gut wrenching’, Ms Frost revealed.

Speaking to 1029 Hot Tomato, the brunette beauty told Flan & Emily Jade that no words could describe how gutted she was that the Daily Mail had published photos of herself and chosen beau Sasha Mielczarek inside a Sydney hotel room yesterday afternoon.

“You have no idea how I felt, I was absolutely gutted, Frost revealed. It’s just really disappointing because we’ve all worked so hard to keep the relationship a secret and for it to just get spoilt so close to the finale, it was unnecessary.”

The 26-year-old continued to vent to the breakfast hosts, stating that the couple were ten floors up, and that the images could of in fact been a lot worse.

“We were just freely in a hotel room, I’m sure they can’t do that! It’s unbelievable,” an annoyed Frost stated.

PHOTO: Chanel 10 / tenplay

PHOTO: Chanel 10 / tenplay

When asked whether the happy couple were going to move in together, Sam revealed it was something that was definitely on the cards.

“We think so! Sash lives three hours out of Sydney, so we think we will alternate in different places for a little while and then eventually we will move in together, which is pretty exciting!” a smitten Frost revealed.

Sasha and Sam both confessed their love for one another in a heart-warming grand finale in front of all of Australia on Thursday night.

PHOTO: Chanel 10 / tenplay

PHOTO: Chanel 10 / tenplay

The episode attracted 1.92 million viewers, with the Ten Network announcing Friday morning that they would be airing a second season of the hit series in 2016.

You can catch Flan & Emily Jade for Breakfast on 1029 Hot Tomato every weekday morning from 5am.

Music superstar admits to performing better hungover

British singer Ed Sheeran has revealed the secret to giving a knock out performance, having a few drinks the night before.

ALEX HEINKE reports.

He made the admission while promoting his debut movie, Jumping for Goalposts, saying the best gigs he has played are ones after a heavy night drinking.

He says being a little hungover helps because you have to give more in the performance to make up for it.

Sheeran’s movie is premiering today in select cinemas across the country and is touring Australia later this year.

 

Second season of The Bachelorette announced following successful finale

The Bachelorette Australia has been one of the most talked-about television events of 2015 and Network Ten has this morning announced that they will be airing a second season of the hit series.

This year’s most successful new reality program will return in 2016 with a brand-new Bachelorette looking for love and another group of Bachelors competing to win her heart.

The first season of The Bachelorette Australia concluded last night with Sam Frost selecting Sasha Mielczarek as the man with whom she wants to spend the rest of her life.

The Final Decision attracted 1.92 million capital-city and regional viewers, peaking at 2.13 million. In the capital cities alone, its audience was 1.52 million, with a peak of 1.67 million. Earlier last night, The Bachelorette Australia Finale had 1.55 million capital-city and regional viewers (peaking at 1.97 million), including 1.24 million in the capital cities (peaking at 1.53 million).

Network Ten Chief Programming Officer, Beverley McGarvey, said: “We are very pleased that so many Australians embraced The Bachelorette Australia and wanted to be part of Sam’s journey to find true love.

“The response from viewers to both the show and Sam’s story has been extraordinary. Like all Australians, we are delighted that Sam found Sasha and we wish them every happiness.”

“We are also thrilled to announce that The Bachelorette Australia will be back in 2016. We cannot wait to start production on the second series and give Australia another wonderful love story,” she said.”

Across the series, The Bachelorette Australia ranked #1 in its timeslot in total people, 25 to 54s and under 55s. On social media, the series generated 18.8 million Twitter TV impressions and 8.8 million video views on Network Ten’s industry-leading digital platform tenplay.

Every episode trended #1 on Twitter in Australia and three episodes trended in the top three worldwide. Ms McGarvey, said: “The Bachelorette Australia was a very special series and it clearly struck a chord with many people, across multiple screens.

“Thank you to our viewers, our sponsors, Endemol Shine Australia, Warner Bros, Network Ten’s Head of Entertainment and Factual Programming, Stephen Tate, and everyone at Ten.”

We’re very excited to announce that The Bachelorette will return for a second series in 2016!

Posted by The Bachelorette Australia on Thursday, October 22, 2015

PHOTO:  The Bachelorette Australia / Facebook

PHOTO:
The Bachelorette Australia / Facebook

Sam and Sasha ride off into the sunset as Ten heads to court

HE SNAGGED the first kiss and the first rose, so it was inevitable Sasha Mielczarek would be the last man standing for Bachelorette Same Frost.

The Sydney construction manager won the Network Ten reality show on Thursday night, beating out runner-up Michael.

It was clear to viewers, there was a special connection between Sam and Sasha from the start.

The couple finally confessed their love for each other while sitting on top of a New Zealand hillside and are now set to live happily ever after.

While they ride off into the sunset, the Ten Network will be fighting the Daily Mail in the Supreme Court, after winning injunction against the website which published spoiler photographs of Sam and Sasha hours ahead of the broadcast of the final episode.

New Thor and Alien movies to be filmed on the Gold Coast

The Gold Coast will play host to the God of Thunder with Julie Bishop announcing the new Thor movie will be filmed right here in our very own backyard!

ALEX HEINKE reports.

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has announced that Australia has secured an agreement from Marvel Studios and Disney to film its next superhero epic after a good experience making Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales this year.

The newest addition of Thor will begin filming on the Gold Coast next year with Aussie hunk Chris Hemsworth reprising his roll from previous Marvel movies.

Ms Bishop made the announcement from Canberra alongside Gold Coast MPs Steven Ciobo and Stuart Robert and paid tribute to their work.

Ms Bishop said that Sir Ridley Scott’s next Alien film, a sequel to his 2012 hit Prometheus, would also be filmed in Australia.

“We are here to announce that the Australian Government has secured two large budget film productions to be produced in Australia from next year,” she said.

“Marvel Studios’ Thor: Ragnarok will continue the super hero adventures but be filmed here in Australia.

“Also, 20th Century Fox will bring Sir Ridley Scott to Australia to film his next Alien film, yet to be titled.”

It is understood that more than $40 million was spent to attract the films, which are expected to inject more than $300 million into the economy.