You may know Sophie Monk from many things: her days in '00s pop group Bardot, her Hollywood career and, of course, she's Australia's next Bachelorette.
We sat down with Sophie when she was still filming the show, and asked her about the experience, how she was feeling, and discovered the best way to leave a dud date.
"It's full-on. It's just real. It's really real," Sophie said about filming The Bachelorette.
And Matty J warned her it'd be emotional.
In fact, there will be tears.
And the worst thing someone could ask Sophie while on a date? How many children she wants.
"Though, in this scenario it's pretty different because you do need to know if they're interested in having a family. But if it was any first date? No, it's way too full-on."
Luckily, she does have some advice for anyone who needs to bail on an awkward date.
"You just have to get your friend to call you and say there's an emergency. It's so obvious, but at least it's still kind of polite!"