The Bachelor damsel Laurina Fleure says she would consider being the first Bachelorette.
Just a month ago, Fleure was adamant that reality dating shows were not her thing and ruled herself out of Network Ten’s new series The Bachelorette.
However, Fleure, who coined the phrase “dirty street pie” during this year’s The Bachelor, is apparently now keen to find love again on a TV show.
“I think they might have me in the line-up,” Fleure told news.com.au.
“I was told I was in the short listing so that’s exciting.
“I’d have to consider it but I’m not seeing anyone.”
Yet the 30-year-old entrepreneur said, as much as she loved being one of the damsels on The Bachelor, she would not find the right partner on a reality TV show.
Fleure was forthright in denouncing she would return as The Bachelorette during an interview at Ten’s 2015 programming launch in November.
“You saw from my pie date that if I don’t like something I can’t pretend to enjoy something if I don’t so it would be very awkward for me to be The Bachelorette,” Fleur told AAP last month.
“It’s not my cup of tea … I don’t think I could do it again because I’d struggle to fall in love in that environment.
“I’d be keen for another reality show, but not a dating one.”
Fleure’s name has been linked to another Ten reality series, I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here which will be telecast live five nights a week from South Africa in early 2015.
“Doing I’m A Celebrity would be 10 times more intense as being on The Bachelor but it would be a massive adventure and I would consider doing it.”