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The Real Pod: In which we are joined by ACTUAL BACHELOR Jordan Mauger

In a Very Special Episode of The Real Pod, Jane Yee and Alex Casey have a revelatory two-on-one date with ex-Bachelor Jordan Mauger. 

Welcome to a landmark episode of The Real Pod, where Jane and Alex are joined LIVE and IN PERSON by Jordan Mauger of The Bachelor NZ 2016. Despite his resistance to watching “trash TV”, they somehow manage to discuss this week on The Bachelor NZ, before Jordan answers your hard-hitting questions about his time in the mansion.

Why were his shoes so disgusting? Did he write the date cards? Why did he even go on the show? Has he worked on his Sméagol impression? How did he cope with us slamming him every week? All that answered, plus a bombshell in the last two minutes that left us literally gasping.

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AND DON’T FORGET THE REAL POD X CHAMPAGNE LADY PARTY OF THE YEAR! The deal is: buy a ticket to Anne’s incredible ‘Pussy Galore’ benefit, held in Auckland’s plush Parnell on May 17, then forward the ticket to jane@thespinoff.co.nz and you’re on the list for a pre-party at The Spinoff offices, with complimentary CHAMPAGNE JACQUART and a guaranteed selfie with the Lady herself. It’s going to be a great time, and even though $120 is a lot of money, I think you’ll agree you’re worth it.


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