Drew Woolford’s flexibility will definitely catch the eyes of “The Bachelorette” Australia Sam Frost as he showed off his yoga moves in skintight shorts over the weekend.
Drew has been spotted joining a group yoga session at the Active Nation Day at the Gasworks in Brisbane, the Daily Mail reported.
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Drew is one of the bachelors vying for Frost’s heart in the first season of “The Bachelorette” Australia. The bachelor is a keen cyclist as stated in his bio at the reality TV show site. He is reportedly attempting to break the world record and ride across Australia for 45 days straight.
On Thursday, Sam asked the bachelors on a first group date, wherein they took a “leap of faith” from a 12-meter high rocky ridge into the murky river below.
Drew’s struggle to face his fears of jumping into water somehow paid off. His attempt to jump made Sam reduced to tears and she later on convinced him not to go through with it after she was overwhelmed with guilt for making him try to jump.
Sam later invited the 31-year-old sleep technician out for sometime alone which gave him the opportunity to open up about his past.
Sam told him, “I’m intrigued by you,” and asked him about himself.
Drew admitted to Sam that he had been heartbroken in the past because of his was too focused on his goal to be a successful person.
“I was always motivated to be successful and I had a few trips along the way, my entire focus was money and I didn’t realize that other people mattered and I had my heart broken,” he confessed.
In response, Sam also opened up to Drew and told him that she couldn’t face another situation like when “The Bachelor” Australia 2014 Blake Garvey told her he wanted to spend the rest of his life with her and then dumped her for runner-up Louise Pillidge.
During the season premiere of the first “The Bachelorette” Australia last week, Drew caught Sam’s attention when he wooed the brunette beauty with an owl in his arm, the Daily Mail reported.
Don’t miss “The Bachelorette” Australia when it returns on Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30 pm on Channel Ten.