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The Bachelorette misses out on strip show

AAP logoAAP 21/09/2016 Danielle McGrane

The first eliminated contestant on the Bachelorette couldn't win Georgia Love over, even with his special talents. © Network Ten The first eliminated contestant on the Bachelorette couldn't win Georgia Love over, even with his special talents. Georgia Love's decision is final, even if that means both she and The Bachelorette viewers will now miss out on a strip show from professional stripper Carlos.

As the first casualty on the reality dating show, Carlos was voted out and has returned to his gig as a stripper with the Magic Men show in Melbourne, even after Love seemed keen to see his moves.

"I do recall her asking me if I would do a strip show for her if we ever had the opportunity to go on a date, " Carlos told AAP.

Carlos really pulled out all the big guns to try and impress Georgia, arriving with a Tiffany love bracelet as a gift for her. © Network Ten Carlos really pulled out all the big guns to try and impress Georgia, arriving with a Tiffany love bracelet as a gift for her. Considering the dates are all filmed, that means viewers of the Network Ten show also missed out on Carlos' show, which he says is "very much like the Australian version of the Chippendales".

Carlos, who also owns a nightclub in Melbourne, really pulled out all the big guns to try and impress Love, arriving with a Tiffany love bracelet as a gift for her.

But was it all too much?

"I knew women liked jewellery and I thought the actual fact that she's putting her heart on her sleeve, that a Tiffany love bracelet would be a fitting present," he said.

"I think she understood the intention for why the gift was given and I think she appreciated it."

Carlos' quick exit means there are now 15 men vying for Love's heart, and even after his short-lived appearance, he thinks he knows who has the advantage.

"Given that I've been involved in Magic Men for as long as I have, I know women do like a good fireman and I definitely think she may have a good connection with Cam," he said.

Carlos, who is still single, says he's happy he went on the show, regardless of how brief his time was.

"I think in life you've got to be open to anything and it was really good getting in there and putting myself out there, and giving something new a try," he said.

"I have no regrets in my life. As long as I was myself and represent myself well, then no regrets."

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