Bachelorette star Angie Kent reveals THAT infamous life drawing class made her ‘so uncomfortable’

Bachelorette star Angie Kent reveals THAT infamous life drawing class that saw suitor Ciarran Stott strip naked made her ‘so uncomfortable’ that she almost quit the show

Angie Kent has revealed that she was made ‘uncomfortable’ by a scene she filmed for The Bachelorette in 2019. 

The 32-year-old said in her podcast, Two Girls One Pod, that the bachelorette party scenes made her consider quitting. 

During the shindig, suitor Ciarran Stott stripped naked for a life drawing class. 

Angie Kent (pictured) has revealed that she was made 'uncomfortable' by a scene she filmed for The Bachelorette in 2019. The 32-year-old said in her podcast, Two Girls One Pod, that the bachelorette party scenes made her consider quitting

Angie Kent (pictured) has revealed that she was made ‘uncomfortable’ by a scene she filmed for The Bachelorette in 2019. The 32-year-old said in her podcast, Two Girls One Pod, that the bachelorette party scenes made her consider quitting

‘Oh my god, I remember I was so uncomfortable that they threw me that,’ Angie said. 

‘I got anxiety. I was like, ew, imagine if this is it?’ she continued. 

‘That sign right there should have been a sign from myself to be like, “You should be excited that this could be your last dating experience!” I was like “Ugh”.’ 

Ever-confident Ciarran was still naked when he was interviewed by Angie's best friend and Gogglebox co-star Yvie Jones (right) during the episode

Ever-confident Ciarran was still naked when he was interviewed by Angie’s best friend and Gogglebox co-star Yvie Jones (right) during the episode 

Ciarran stripped naked in front of Angie, Angie’s best friend Yvie Jones and his fellow contestants.

Ever-confident Ciarran was still naked when he was interviewed by Angie’s best friend and Gogglebox co-star Yvie during the episode.

While on the show, he revealed his past of performing and dancing in gay bars and nightclubs.

'Oh my god, I remember I was so uncomfortable that they threw me that,' Angie said

 ‘Oh my god, I remember I was so uncomfortable that they threw me that,’ Angie said

It comes after the outspoken reality star criticised Bill Shorten for his ‘disappointing’ decision to scrap the term ‘birthing parent’ on Medicare forms.

The Labor government services minister swiftly moved to replace the term, which trans activists say is more ‘inclusive’, with the word ‘mother’ after public outcry.

Kent discussed the controversy with her friend Yvie on their podcast Two Girls One Pod, saying it was a waste of ‘time and money’ to change the language on the forms.

'I got anxiety. I was like, ew, imagine if this is it?' she continued

‘I got anxiety. I was like, ew, imagine if this is it?’ she continued

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