Viewers said goodbye to the Snowy Mountains farmer too early after he was surprised with a new group of women for a second shot of love.
Farmer Rob left viewers stunned when he unexpectedly sent all three of his remaining women home on Farmer Wants A Wife.
But the move wasn’t the end for Rob on the Channel 7 reality TV series, with host Natalie Gruzlewski bringing in four more ladies for a second chance at love.
After starting the premiere episode with eight potential partners, the four new women bring his total group of dates to 12.
As one of the new women jokes, it seems he will “be a speed dating champion at the end of this”.
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Farmer Rob is excited to learn he will be meeting more women. Source: Channel 7.
Farmer Rob gets to meet four new women
On Tuesday’s episode famer Rob tells Nat he is disappointed after farewelling the three original women, Meg, Luce and Kate, but he couldn’t fake chemistry.
“They were lovely girls, and unfortunately I wasn’t feeling a connection with any of them and didn’t think it was fair to lead them along,” he says.
Nat tells him it was a brave and honest move.
“I’m sure the right person is out there, it’s just a matter of keeping on looking over every hill and I’ll find it one day,” he concedes.
However he doesn’t need to look over any hills, because the show has organised four new dates for him.
“Who knows these ladies might have that connection, that spark that has been missing so far,” Nat tells an excited Rob.
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Farmer Rob starts over with four new women to date. Source: Channel 7.
Farmer Rob is already feeling it with some ladies
When the Snowy Mountains farmer meets his new four dates he can’t wipe the smile off his face.
“There’s definitely a lot of attraction and an excitement on my behalf – there’s been a few sparks flying,” he admits.
His potential partners are equally smitten.
There’s Sarah a lawyer from Victoria, Vici a horse nutritionist from Byron Bay, nutritionist Kate from Wollongong and Leah who works in breathwork and meditation on the NSW South Coast.
“He’s the man from Snowy River, he’s tall, strapping, he’s got the beard going, got a bit of Viking throw down, yeah I’m pretty happy,” Vici says.
While Leah shares she feels “instantly comfortable and at home with Rob” and Kate says the sheep and cattle farmer has “exceeded all of my expectations”.
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Vici loves the look of farmer Rob instantly. Source: Channel 7.
Famers and ladies meet up for country ball
All of the farmers and their ladies dress up and meet up for a dance and drink at the Farmer Wants a Wife country ball.
Some of the women are starting to get impatient about finding alone time with their bachelors, and get insecure as they hope for that crucial one-on-one date.
When they all see that farmer Rob is staying on, and has new women to court, the rest of the cast cheer.
Farmer Andrew says Rob is a “true gentleman” who deserves to find love.
After the ball, farmer Rob ends up choosing to take Vici on a one-on-one date.
“There’s lots of sparks with Vici, she shares a lot of the same interests as me, and it’s really exciting, she’s incredible,” he says.
The women are starting to get protective over their farmers. Source: Channel 7.
Farmers chooses ladies for single dates
Farmer Will chooses clear favourite nurse Jaimee.
“There is definitely potential for love between me and Will so it’s a good feeling, there’s still lots of chemistry and that hasn’t changed,” she says.
Farmer Andrew picks Jess for a second date after having a one-on-one date with all three of his remaining ladies already.
Farmer Matt chooses Alex who has been “waiting patiently” and had been getting uncomfortable about her lack of time with the farmer.
While Farmer Sam finally singles out Nickia, who had earlier threatened to leave the show if she didn’t get a date with Sam.
Sam chooses Nickia for a single date. Source: Channel Seven.