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‘I couldn’t give a s*** about Matty J’

THE Bachelor's Tara Pavlovic has revealed she doesn't "give a sh*t" about Matty J and how she did a Maccas run straight after she was eliminated from the show.

The nanny, 27, claims that clever editing from Channel 10 made her appear more upset than she actually was and that it was the hunky single, who wiped away tears - not her.

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"I really couldn't give a sh*t about Matty," she told TV Week.

"I was never in love with him, so I was fine as soon as I didn't get a rose. Actually, he looked more upset than me. It was pretty easy to get over.

"I didn't even think about him as soon as I left the mansion. I was just calling my friends telling them what I'd been doing for the last few months."

Pavlovic said she was "fine" as soon as she left the mansion and that she found sitting around waiting for dates "boring."

"I was fine as soon as I left. I went to Maccas drive through on the way home and got a chicken and cheese burger, called my friends… It was absolutely fine, I didn't struggle at all," she told Now to Love.

"I think because I realised everything was super heightened and I wouldn't have fallen like that for someone in the real world, everything is rushed."

Pavlovic revealed she is still single.

Laura Byrne and Elise Stacy are still in the running to win Matty J's heart.

The finale of The Bachelor is on tonight at 7.30pm on Channel 10.

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