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Bachelorette star Apollo Jackson’s video was inspired by mystery woman

 Apollo Jackson has released a new music video for his first-ever single, With You.

The Bachelor In Paradise Star appears in the big-budget video alongside a brunette beauty, who plays a mystery woman that was inspired by a real relationship.

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Speaking exclusively to Daily Mail Australia this month, Apollo explained he’d been going through a ‘rough patch’ with his mental health, but felt compelled to write the cheerful song after going on a few dates with a new woman. 

‘It would be amazing to have someone to share this with’: Bachelorette star Apollo Jackson reveals his new music video was inspired by a mystery woman he’d been on ‘a few dates with’

 ‘It was sort of funny, I went through a little bit of a low patch so I sort of just started getting back into what I love doing – performing and travel and stuff,’ he said. 

‘I was spending a lot of time doing a lot of cool things and thought “this would be amazing, to do all this with someone.”‘

Someone did come along, and a couple romantic encounters was all it took to inspire his new song. 

‘I’d actually been on a date or two and I came home and just wrote this song,’ Apollo began.

New woman? Speaking exclusively to Daily Mail Australia this month, Apollo explained he'd be going through a 'rough patch' with his mental health, but felt compelled to write the cheerful song after going on a few dates with a new woman

New woman? Speaking exclusively to Daily Mail Australia this month, Apollo explained he’d be going through a ‘rough patch’ with his mental health, but felt compelled to write the cheerful song after going on a few dates with a new woman

‘I was sitting on the couch – I was actually sitting with my mum – and I said “Aw mum, I’ve just written this song I really like.”‘ 

He left it for the night, only to wake up the next morning even more intent on completing the track. 

Despite the romantic theme of both the song and video – which shows Apollo and the woman travelling from romantic, secluded locales as they explore their blossoming connection – the reality star implied the song was far from biographical.  

‘I think it’s more about, wanting someone to travel and share those experiences with, so, yeah, it was sorta like… It tells a bit of a story which is cool and it’s really fun and it’s really summery,’ he said.

Not all sunshine and roses! Despite the romantic theme of both the song and video - which shows Apollo and the woman travelling from romantic, secluded locales as they explore their blossoming connection - the reality star implied the song was far from biographical

Not all sunshine and roses! Despite the romantic theme of both the song and video – which shows Apollo and the woman travelling from romantic, secluded locales as they explore their blossoming connection – the reality star implied the song was far from biographical

A few dates is all it took! 'I'd actually been on a date or two and I came home and just wrote this song,' Apollo explained of the song's origin, explaining his recent travels left him wishing he had someone to share his adventures with

A few dates is all it took! ‘I’d actually been on a date or two and I came home and just wrote this song,’ Apollo explained of the song’s origin, explaining his recent travels left him wishing he had someone to share his adventures with

‘It just has a really happy and fun vibe.’ 

Apollo has experienced sustained success in the wake of his two stints on The Bachelorette and then Bachelor In Paradise.

He is currently serving as the face of Arnott’s Tim Tam Genie campaign.

The hunk has appeared in a series of video spots for the beloved snack company, dressing up in a golden genie costume and revealing clues to help fans locate the ‘Golden Tim Tam’ pack, which comes with a reward of up to $100,000.

You wish! He is currently serving as the face of Arnott's Tim Tam Genie campaign

You wish! He is currently serving as the face of Arnott’s Tim Tam Genie campaign



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