Bachelor contestants dare to bare at rose ceremony

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THE Bachelor rose ceremony is a little bit like dessert.

It’s the deliciously saccharine visual reward you get for enduring an hour plus of excruciating date conversation that is akin to a plateful of vegetables.

There’s so much colour and movement and cleavage. The ladies are aware that this is their final moment to make an impact on the Honey Badger, so it’s tits and thigh-high splits at 10 paces. Ain’t nobody turning up in a pair of comfy flats and something that provides warmth.

So let’s break down some highlights from last night’s visual feast.

Cass’s dress was by Jonte Designs.

Cass’s dress was by Jonte Designs.Source:Supplied

Stage-five clinger Cass wore a white dress that was like a sparkly Kleenex tissue, which is fitting because she spent the majority of the rose ceremony fighting back tears.

Hot tip — you can’t see the tears on white.

Hot tip — you can’t see the tears on white.Source:Supplied

Offering the ultimate dark counterpart to Cass’s good witch was Cat, with her blunt bob and Spanish flamenco villain ensemble.

Cat wore a Misha Collection gown. A fun episode idea would be letting a bull run at that.

Cat wore a Misha Collection gown. A fun episode idea would be letting a bull run at that.Source:Supplied

Another notable mention was Dasha, who draped herself in layers of shiny fabric and accessorised with the world’s tightest ponytail.

That is a super tight ponytail. She is in real danger of succumbing to the unique pain that comes from a too-tight hairdo.

That is a super tight ponytail. She is in real danger of succumbing to the unique pain that comes from a too-tight hairdo.Source:Supplied

A true highlight was the moment the Honey Badger took Dasha outside, asked, “How do you go sittin’ on the grass?” and then made her sit on the grass in couture.

This was possibly an ingenious test of character.

Nick and Dasha sit on the grass. Literally showing that they have a connection because they are both down to earth.

Nick and Dasha sit on the grass. Literally showing that they have a connection because they are both down to earth.Source:Supplied

This led to a fleetingly uncomfortably moment where Dasha referred to her son as her “little boyfriend” and weirded out every single viewer at home.

Dasha wore a creation from Jonte Designs.

Dasha wore a creation from Jonte Designs.Source:Supplied

Rhiannon went for a truly bold lemon/lime combo which made her look like a refreshing Splice ice cream with jangly bits at the bottom.

Rhiannon wore a House of CB dress.

Rhiannon wore a House of CB dress.Source:Supplied

Brooke wore a weirdly fitting strapless number and the smug glow of having just mashed face with The Bach.

A brave centre part from Brooke.

A brave centre part from Brooke.Source:Supplied

Brooke wore a dress by Amber Chloe.

Brooke wore a dress by Amber Chloe.Source:Supplied

OTHER NOTABLE MENTIONS:

Vanessa Sunshine dressed as a glass of cheap merlot, which reflected her enthusiasm for the whole situation:

Frontrunner Brittany got best on ground for her dress, a plunging art deco-style gown that reminded one of a sexy Chrysler building:

Aleksandra who braved a truly complicated bodice in her ‘Lexi’ dress from My Dress Affair. Good luck getting the armholes right first time with that ensemble.

Aleksandra who braved a truly complicated bodice in her ‘Lexi’ dress from My Dress Affair. Good luck getting the armholes right first time with that ensemble.Source:Supplied

Last but not least Emily, who channelled Vegas’s Siegfried & Roy in a jumpsuit by Philippa Galasso.

Last but not least Emily, who channelled Vegas’s Siegfried & Roy in a jumpsuit by Philippa Galasso.Source:Supplied

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