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Meet Our Bachelor’s First Group Of Ladies

This week Sol3 Mio's Moses Mackay was announced as TVNZ 2’s new bachelor. Joining him on this once-in-a lifetime adventure are 18 eligible bachelorettes, and now, we’re introducing the first six hoping to walk away with his final rose!

The first six women competing for Moses’ heart are:

Luisa (Lou) Kures, Content Creator, Invercargill

Samantha McKenzie, Recruitment Specialist, New Plymouth

Shenae Connelly, Marketing Advisor, Auckland

Kimi-Rose Webster, High School English Teacher, Auckland

Kayla Anderson, Self-love Coach, Waihi

Negin Shademan, Police Officer, Auckland

Will police officer Negin lock up Moses’ heart? Could beach babe Kayla, the self-love coach, teach him a thing or two about the four-letter word – or will Moses need a lesson in love from high school English teacher Kimi-Rose?

All will be revealed when The Bachelor New Zealand premieres on TVNZ 2, Tuesday 2nd March at 7:30PM.

The remaining ladies will be announced shortly.

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