Bachelorette hunk readies debut single

Apollo the pop star?
Apollo the pop star?

THE Bachelorette's mega hunk Apollo is about to drop a debut single- and it's been announced just in time for finale week.

How convenient.

Apollo is one of three men left to win Sophie Monk's heart on the reality TV show - but it's Stu Laundy, 44, who is tipped to take out the series.

The 24-year-old, whose real name is Jake Spence, has offered little information about his secret song.

The only thing fans know is that he's set to release a track called Addiction on iTunes, which he announced today. That's it. It's still unknown whether the song will be dedicated to Monk, 37.

Judging by the cover - it seems unlikely.

TV Week is reporting that Apollo "was not quite ready to declare he's in love" with the former Bardot girl band member.

But he told the publication he was used to dating older women.

"I can definitely see myself falling in love with Sophie," he said.

"Normally, I'd only date women three or five years older.

"We've had a few talks about our age difference, but I really don't see it as an issue. It comes down to maturity. If you're on the same page, age doesn't matter.""

The Bachelorette airs tonight and tomorrow on Channel 10 at 7.30pm


Apollo's new single called Addiction.
Apollo's new single called Addiction.

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