When Sophie Tieman and Brittany Hockley left The Bachelor without Nick Cummins, but with their friendship firmly intact, the pair instantly won over Australia.
Later, the show's finalists called each other 'soulmates' and spoke about how lucky they were to find each other on reality TV. Now, it looks like they'll be heading back on screen together as Australia's next Bachelorettes.
After reportedly failing to secure Brooke Blurton (the third runner-up on Nick Cummins' season) as the first bisexual Bachelorette, producers opted to mix things up in a different way, enlisting Sophie, 25, and Brittany, 30, to run the show together.
An insider told NW that due to Ali Oetjen's low ratings this season, "Producers needed a new trick to win back the ratings."
"They're already best friends – and have dated the same guy once before and were able to respect that and make it work. So it's easy for them to do it again, this time with a whole batch of boys," the source continued.
Let's hope the rumours are true because two BFFs tearing a room of suitors to shreds is exactly what we need in 2018.