Brooke Blurton reveals that she is looking for 'the one' as filming on The Bachelorette begins

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Bisexual Bachelorette Brooke Blurton reveals that she is looking for ‘the one’ and proud to be ‘representing minority groups’ as filming on the reality dating show begins

Brooke Blurton will begin her journey to find love as The Bachelorette with a mixed gender cast for the first time in the franchises history.

And in a heartfelt Instagram post on Saturday, the 26-year-old reflected on the adventure ahead.

She shared a photo of herself sat on a sand dune in the small town of Lancelin, in her home town, Western Australian.

'Wish me luck': Bachelorette Brooke Blurton (pictured) reflected on her journey to finding 'the one' in an Instagram post on Saturday as filming for the dating reality show prepares to begin

‘Wish me luck’: Bachelorette Brooke Blurton (pictured) reflected on her journey to finding ‘the one’ in an Instagram post on Saturday as filming for the dating reality show prepares to begin

‘How exciting that I’ll be embarking on the search to find ‘my one’ in the next couple of weeks,’ she began in the caption.

The reality TV star told her followers that she was ‘so overwhelmed’ and ‘proud’ of the positive response to her being the Bachelorette. 

She wrote: ‘I’ve addressed in multiple interviews the immense pressure I feel to protect the communities I am apart of and represent them with so much pride and integrity.

Ready for love: The 26-year-old wrote that she is excited to be 'embarking on the search to find "my one". She also told her followers that she was 'so overwhelmed' and 'proud' of the positive response to her being the Bachelorette

Ready for love: The 26-year-old wrote that she is excited to be ’embarking on the search to find “my one”. She also told her followers that she was ‘so overwhelmed’ and ‘proud’ of the positive response to her being the Bachelorette

'This is why I'm here': Brooke directed her message to younger people from different backgrounds and identities - 'Indigenous, people of colour and/or as part of the LGBTQIA+ community' - that look up her. She said she hopes to do well representing minority groups

‘This is why I’m here’: Brooke directed her message to younger people from different backgrounds and identities – ‘Indigenous, people of colour and/or as part of the LGBTQIA+ community’ – that look up her. She said she hopes to do well representing minority groups

‘I know we’ve not always got it right as society in representing these minority groups, but this is why I’m here,’ she said.

Brooke then directed her message to younger people from different backgrounds and identities  – ‘Indigenous, people of colour and/or as part of the LGBTQIA+ community’ – that look up her.

‘I feel you, I see you and I can’t wait for you to be on this journey with me. Wish me luck, LOVE B,’ she concluded.

Making herstory! Brooke is set to make history after being named as both the first Indigenous and openly bisexual Bachelorette on last week. The stunner said she is 'ready' to help smash the reality TV show's conventions

Making herstory! Brooke is set to make history after being named as both the first Indigenous and openly bisexual Bachelorette on last week. The stunner said she is ‘ready’ to help smash the reality TV show’s conventions

Brooke is set to make history after being named as both the first Indigenous and openly bisexual Bachelorette on last week. 

She told The Daily Telegraph that she is ‘ready’ to help smash the reality TV show’s conventions.

The forthcoming series will see both men and women competing for her affections.

Who's vying for her heart: The forthcoming series will see both men and women competing for her affections. It will mark the first time globally that any of the Bachelor or Bachelorette franchises will feature a mixed-gender cast. Pictured is Brooke on The Bachelor in 2018

Who’s vying for her heart: The forthcoming series will see both men and women competing for her affections. It will mark the first time globally that any of the Bachelor or Bachelorette franchises will feature a mixed-gender cast. Pictured is Brooke on The Bachelor in 2018

It will mark the first time globally that any of the Bachelor or Bachelorette franchises will feature a mixed-gender cast.

When asked how she felt audiences would take the change, Brooke admitted: ‘I am not too sure if Australia is ready for it… I certainly am.’

The Bachelor alum also addressed the major problem with casting both males and females on the show.

'It could be inevitable': The Bachelor alum also addressed the major problem with casting both males and females on the show - will find love with each other in the mansion, instead of with her

‘It could be inevitable’: The Bachelor alum also addressed the major problem with casting both males and females on the show – will find love with each other in the mansion, instead of with her

Speaking to Studio 10, she admitted it’s ‘inevitable’ some of the contestants will find love with each other in the mansion, instead of with her.

‘If it happens, who am I to stop it?’ she added. ‘I think it’s one of those things… it could be inevitable to happen and that’s totally fine.’

‘Look, I’ll be disappointed that we didn’t get to develop that relationship for whatever reason,’ she said. ‘It is what it is, and it will happen. I’ve just got to take it as it goes.’ 

'If it happens, who am I to stop it?' Speaking to Studio 10, she said: 'I think it's one of those things... I'll be disappointed that we didn't get to develop that relationship... It is what it is, and it will happen. I've just got to take it as it goes'

‘If it happens, who am I to stop it?’ Speaking to Studio 10, she said: ‘I think it’s one of those things… I’ll be disappointed that we didn’t get to develop that relationship… It is what it is, and it will happen. I’ve just got to take it as it goes’

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