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Bachelorette sneak peek: Sophie’s suitors

BACHELORETTE Sophie Monk has laid eyes on her suitors for the first time and she isn't disappointed.

In this exclusive sneak peak, Monk is introduced to her love interests Apollo, Jarrod, Blake and Bingham.

"To think one of these guys might be 'the one'. It feels like a fairytale. I feel like Cinderella and I'm going to meet my prince!" says Monk, 37.

Queensland Bachelor Apollo, 24, is blown away by Monk's looks.

"She's stunning, a 12 out of 10," gushes the handsome magician.

Although 13 years her junior, Apollo hopes his "old soul" will make them a good match.

"She's very authentic," comments Bingham, 25, who is predicted to make his entrance by horseback to reflect his love of horses.

Described as "competitive" and "cocky", the polo player from Queensland will be taking no prisoners in his fight for Monk's heart.

The promo also reveals upcoming dates will include Monk being rescued from the ocean, an activity requiring a safety harness and a romantic rendezvous in full Roman dress.

"It's definitely a possibility I could fall in love here," confesses Victorian vineyard manager Jarrod, 31.

The Bachelorette airs 7.30pm next Wednesday on Ten.

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