Bachelor contestant hits back: ‘I never want to see him’

Matty and Simone.
Matty and Simone. Channel 10

THE latest reject on The Bachelor has slammed Matty J claiming he didn't make her laugh and there was never any spark between them.

Former topless waitress turned office administration worker Simone Ormesher has wasted no time posing in a red bikini just a day after her axing was televised last night.

Fresh out the mansion straight to the beach 🏝🌊 #thebachelorau @kk_studios_gc

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The 25-year-old has also hit back at the hunky Matty J saying he wasn't what she was looking for.

"At first because of the heightened situation - it all felt like a fairytale and so I did think he could be my type," she told Now to Love.

"While you're in the mansion you really want him and then you leave and you're like: 'Oh! Actually no, you're really not what I'm looking for.'

"He's not what I usually go for. There was no spark and he doesn't make me laugh."


If that didn't sting enough, the blonde also added she never wants to see Maty J again.

"I've got no desire to really see him again. If I saw him out with the girl he chooses I'd have a drink with them," she said.

"But I think if I bumped into him on the street I'd hide around the corner. So awkward."

Ormesher also spoke about the moment her topless waitressing past was made public and described it as "brutal".

"I think it could probably be one of the worst moments of my life. Being in there, being made to say that when it's your thing to tell … I should be able to share that in my own time," she said.

The Bachelor airs again tonight on Channel 10 at 7.30pm.

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