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Entertainment The new season of Seven Year Switch stars a former Bachelor contestant.

20:41  12 september  2017
20:41  12 september  2017 Source:   mamamia.com.au

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The new season of Seven Year Switch airs next week, but if you’re a reality TV fan you already know one of the contestants. And while her face will be familiar, her new role couldn’t be more different.

Stacey Louise will appear on the show with her boyfriend Sarge, in an attempt to smooth over their relationship.

Rewind three years, and the fitness trainer was sharing the screen with another man: bachelor Blake Garvey.

Yep, Stacey starred in the 2014 series of The Bachelor — the one that finished with Blake proposing to Sam Frost, then deciding to date second runner-up Louise Pillidge instead.

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Speaking with News Corp, the 36-year-old admitted her current relationship has been rocky for a while now.

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"Things were OK one day and the next we’d have this heated argument and it was a cycle — you could mark it on the calendar and it would happen more often,” she said.

"We’d have this cycle where we’d have big arguments but we have quite a passionate romantic life... we could be quite passionate and the chemistry was always there."

The show will see Queensland-based Stacey and Sarge "switched" with another couple — Johnny and Tracey.

And before you say anything, Stacey's got a message for anyone questioning her motives for returning to reality TV.

“If people assume I’m doing this just to get my face on TV and be apart of some silly gossip for a few months of my life than fool on you. I’ve got much bigger goals," she told News Corp.

Can't wait to see what goes down.

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