For weeks, trailers for The Bachelor have teased Matt Agnew’s dramatic ‘walkout’ at the cocktail party.
And viewers were left furious on Thursday when the tense scenes failed to air, meaning they’ll have to wait at least another six days to find out what happens.
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‘Please stop with false advertising!’ The Bachelor fans have been left furious after producers delayed Matt Agnew dramatic ‘walkout’ for another week
One person tweeted: ‘They [keep] talking about the walkout, it didn’t happen yesterday or tonight so please stop false advertising.’
Another wrote: ‘So did I miss the walkout or just a week of advertising it for it not to happen yet?’
A third viewer commented: ‘WHERE’S THE F***KING WALKOUT.’
‘It’s been 84 years’: Taking to Twitter, frustrated fans complained about the fact Matt’s tantrum won’t be broadcast until next Wednesday at the earliest
In the trailer, Matt furiously confronts the women about what they supposedly said about him behind his back after he kissed Abbie Chatfield at the most recent cocktail party.
‘For me tonight has been a tremendous waste of time. And I’m f**ked off. That’s it,’ Matt says, before asking an unidentified blonde contestant to leave the mansion.
Another trailer, which aired at the end of Thursday’s episode, shows Matt having a tense conversation with Monique Morley about the issue.
‘That’s it!’ Fans will have to wait another week to see Matt (right) confront Monique Morley (left) about the malicious gossip being spread in the mansion
Monique denies saying anything negative about Matt, however, and it’s unclear if she’s the woman he ends up sending home.
Elsewhere in Thursday’s trailer, Abbie tells Matt that ‘some of the girls were saying things about you that were making me a little bit upset.’
Abbie specifically labels Monique as a ringleader in badmouthing Matt.
The Bachelor Australia continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel Ten
Denial: In a trailer that aired on Thursday, Monique denies saying anything negative about Matt