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The Bachelor’s Nicole Campbell fails to get a rose in the last lockdown ceremony

The Bachelor’s Nicole Campbell was sent home at the last lockdown rose ceremony on Wednesday night’s episode. 

The professional dancer, who got the triple threat rose in the premiere of the season, fought back tears as she got told the news via Zoom.   

‘Not getting the chance to go back to the mansion and see Locky in person, it’s heartbreaking,’ she told Osher and the remaining girls.  

Eliminated: The Bachelor’s Nicole Campbell, 26, (pictured) fought back tears as she failed to get a rose at the last lockdown ceremony on Wednesday night’s episode

Despite being clearly heartbroken, Nicole offered a dignified farewell.  

‘I wish I could hug you all,’ an emotional Nicole said, after the other ladies said they wanted to farewell her in person.  

Sad farewell: 'Not getting the chance to go back to the mansion and see Locky in person, it's heartbreaking,' Nicole told Osher and the remaining girls.

Sad farewell: ‘Not getting the chance to go back to the mansion and see Locky in person, it’s heartbreaking,’ Nicole told Osher and the remaining girls.

‘But that’s OK. But, Locky, I just hope you find happiness. I hope you find what you’re looking for,’ she added, before signing off. 

Despite Nicole being an early favourite, her relationship with Locky went cold after failing to get anymore time with him. 

The vivacious beauty, however, remained a firm fan favourite with the star’s Instagram flooded with upset fans following her exit. 

Dignified: 'But that's OK. But, Locky, I just hope you find happiness. I hope you find what you're looking for,' Nicole added, before signing off. Pictured: Locky Gilbert

Dignified: ‘But that’s OK. But, Locky, I just hope you find happiness. I hope you find what you’re looking for,’ Nicole added, before signing off. Pictured: Locky Gilbert 

‘I feel beyond sad that you were sent home. You were the most beautiful girl in the mansion and my absolute favourite,’ one fan wrote in-part.    

Another fan wrote she won’t continue watching the series without Nicole. 

‘So you’re out which means it was the final episode for me…We really need more people like you on TV,’ they wrote.  

Reaction: Fans flooded the star's Instagram account after her elimination

Reaction: Fans flooded the star’s Instagram account after her elimination 

Yet another wrote: ‘Wrong move. I really feel for you. I thought you were the one.’ 

Wednesday night’s episode was certainly eventful with the introduction of blonde bombshell intruder, Bec Cvilikas. 

The 24-year-old’s inclusion into the cocktail party made for a fight between Juliette Herrera and Roxi Kenny. 

Intruder: The episode was certainly eventful with the introduction of blonde bombshell intruder, Bec Cvilikas (pictured)

Intruder: The episode was certainly eventful with the introduction of blonde bombshell intruder, Bec Cvilikas (pictured)

Tensions reached boiling point between the two women as Juliette appeared to goade Roxi into an argument over the newcomer.  

‘Do you feel like you want to backtrack on saying that her [Bec’s] connection with Locky is just purely physical?’ Juliette asked Roxi. 

‘What?! Typical Juliette. Here we go. Every time, without fail. As soon as I heard my name, I was, like, ‘Here we frickin’ go again,’ Roxi replied.   

'Do you feel like you want to backtrack on saying that her [Bec's] connection with Locky is just purely physical?' Juliette (pictured) asked Roxi earlier in the night

‘Do you feel like you want to backtrack on saying that her [Bec’s] connection with Locky is just purely physical?’ Juliette (pictured) asked Roxi earlier in the night

Roxi accused Juliette of throwing her under the bus, amid Bec’s arrival.   

‘Don’t pull that card with me, mate, ’cause that is a load of sh*t! Go stir up sh*t with someone else, Juliette, ’cause I don’t want a bar of it tonight,’ Roxi said. 

‘Once again, I’m simply pointing out some truths and Roxi’s losing her flippin’ mind,’ Juliette said. ‘I just speak the truth. It’s all on camera!’ 

Fiesty: 'Don't pull that card with me, mate, 'cause that is a load of sh*t! Go stir up sh*t with someone else, Juliette, 'cause I don't want a bar of it tonight,' Roxi (pictured) said

Fiesty: ‘Don’t pull that card with me, mate, ’cause that is a load of sh*t! Go stir up sh*t with someone else, Juliette, ’cause I don’t want a bar of it tonight,’ Roxi (pictured) said

The two women are set to go head-to-head as they head back to the mansion. 

The episode signalled the end of love under lockdown.  

The Bachelor continues on Channel Ten, Thursday, 7.30pm. 

Bye: The Bachelor continues on Channel Ten, Thursday, 7.30pm. Pictured: Nicole Campbell

 Bye: The Bachelor continues on Channel Ten, Thursday, 7.30pm. Pictured: Nicole Campbell

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