'The Bachelorette' Australia Contenders
Sam Frost sets on a new journey on a new reality show to find true love. There are 14 eligible bachelors vying for her attention in the first season of "The Bachelorette Australia." The Bachelorette Australia/tenplay.com.au

Sam Frost is returning Wednesday to take another shot at finding true love on reality television. She hit headlines last year around this time for all the wrong reasons. She got engaged on national television in the second season of “The Bachelor Australia,” and soon after the telecast of the season finale, an announcement was made that besmirched the fairytale ending. The Bachelor Blake Garvey had pulled the plug on his engagement with Frost. Soon after dumping Frost, he hooked up with second runner-up, Louisa Pillidge.

In “The Bachelorette Australia,” it is Frost who holds the power to pick and dump, and 14 eligible bachelors are in the fray to woo this first Australian Bachelorette. She has admitted in a clip, shared on the Twitter feed of "The Bachelorette Australia" account, that when Garvey broke up with her she was “devastated” and “humiliated” and did not leave her house for days. Her heart was “absolutely” broken.

Now, she is looking forward to meeting an “incredible man” with whom she can have the love story that she always wanted. However, she still has no clue why Garvey decided to call off their engagement.

Garvey, on the other hand, is currently appearing on Channel 9’s reality show “Celebrity Apprentice Australia.” He and Pillidge are still going strong, though they have not yet announced their engagement.

The messy drama that unfolded after "The Bachelor Australia" Season 2 wrapped up made Garvey the most hated man in Australia, and since then, he has been unable to shed his fake, fame-hungry, bad boy image. And his “Celebrity Apprentice Australia” teammate has now conjured up that image again.

Hollywood gossip guru Richard Reid has called Garvey the “biggest pretender on Earth.” News.com.au reported.

“I think that Blake got a taste of fame and fame is very addictive, it really is,” Reid said. "He oozes cool charisma, but definitely he’s like teflon, nothing really sticks to him and so I think on ‘ Celebrity Apprentice’ people (will) get a better idea about who he really is.”

Meanwhile, in the recently concluded third edition of “The Bachelor Australia,” Melbourne-based Sam Wood put a ring on the finger of Snezana Markosk, not an engagement ring though. Frost loved Wood's season, as she found him honest and "respectful" with all the girls, Herald Sun reported.

She has revealed that like Wood, she is also not getting engaged on “The Bachelorette," joking, “I don’t think Australia needs to see another proposal.”

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