Aussie Bachelor star reveals her raunchy accident with Hollywood star George Clooney while filming his new movie Ticket To Paradise in Australia
Australian Bachelor star Romy Poulier has a surprise cameo in George Clooney’s new movie Ticket To Paradise, which he filmed in Australia earlier this year.
And the blonde bombshell has revealed the embarrassing moment she accidentally dropped a drinks tray in the Hollywood star’s lap while playing a flight attendant in the film.
Romy, who rose to fame on the Australian version of The Bachelor in 2018, made the confession after re-sharing a trailer of the movie to her Instagram page on Wednesday.
Australian Bachelor star Romy Poulier has a surprise cameo as a flight attendant in George Clooney’s new movie Ticket To Paradise, which he filmed in Australia last year
In the clip, she be seen serving drinks to George as his character fights with his co-star Julia Roberts.
The Ocean’s Eleven stars play a divorced couple in the film.
Romy spoke about the embarrassing blunder when her fellow Bachelor co-star Alisha Aitken-Radburn wrote: ‘Stop George Clooney snatched a champers from you’.
‘Darl unfortunately he ended up with the whole tray. Yes… I accidentally dropped the tray on his face and crutch. 4 glasses. Smash,’ Romy responded.
The blonde bombshell revealed the embarrassing moment she accidentally dropped a drinks tray in the Hollywood star’s lap during filming
The trailer for the film was dropped on Wednesday.
George and Julia play exes on a mission to stop their daughter from making the same mistake they did 25-years-ago by marrying young.
Their daughter Lily (played by Kaitlyn Dever) meets the love of her life on a post-graduation jaunt to Bali, which is where her parents must travel to in order to change her mind.
Romy, who rose to fame on the Australian version of The Bachelor in 2018, made the confession after re-sharing a trailer of the movie to her Instagram
However, judging by the trailer it looks as though Julia and George’s trip to save their daughter ends up being a journey in healing their own problems with each other.
It’s the fourth time that George and Julia have worked together, after Ocean’s Eleven (2001), Ocean’s Twelve (2004), and Money Monster (2016).
Romy rose to fame on The Bachelor and was slammed for being part of a ‘mean girls’ clique on the series.
Speaking to Stellar, she said her snide remarks about the other women in the mansion were fed to her by producers with the promise they would make her look ‘cheeky and fun’.
Romy (pictured) rose to fame on The Bachelor but was later slammed for being part of a ‘mean girls’ clique on the series
‘It’s my fault. That’s what I’m most upset about. I never saw myself as an easily manipulated person,’ she said.
‘At the end of the day it was my behaviour [but] I just wish I’d stuck to my values and morals and said, “F**k you, I’m not saying that.”‘
Romy later starred in Australian horror film The Possessed, which also stars John Jarratt and Lincoln Lewis.
Ticket to Paradise is scheduled to be theatrically released by Universal Pictures on October 21, 2022
Romy was portrayed as the ringleader of a group of bullying girls – including jewellery designer Cat Henesey (right) and Labor Party staffer Alisha Aitken-Radburn (centre) on the show
Romy (pictured) later starred in Australian horror film The Possessed, which also stars John Jarratt and Lincoln Lewis