• Alex Nation and Brooke Blurton get close on 'Bachelor In Paradise'. (Twitter, Channel 10)
The intimate moment took place during a single date between the two women, who appear to have had eyes for each other since day one.
By
Samuel Leighton-Dore

17 Apr 2019 - 11:59 AM  UPDATED 17 Apr 2019 - 1:59 PM

Bachelor In Paradise contestants Alex Nation and Brooke Blurton have shared a kiss on the popular reality TV program.

The intimate moment took place during a single date between the two women, who appear to have had eyes from each other since day one.

“I know exactly who I want to take on this date,” Alex said on the Channel 10 show, before sharing her decision.

She added: “Some people aren’t going to be happy, there could be a target on my back because I’ll piss a lot of people off.”

While some of the male contestants were visibly cranky about the pairing, Brooke was over the moon, saying she was “so bloody happy” that Alex, a single mum, had picked her.

“I suppose I really wanted to have this time with you because I just wanted it to be away from all the noise," Alex said during the date. "I - obviously - I really like you, you make me nervous."

“You want to kiss me you’re just getting real shy about it,” Brooke joked. “You’ve forgotten how to do it, I think, you have forgotten.”

The pair then kissed.

The date between Brooke and Alex left another contestant, James, so shaken that he bowed out of the show.

"The only person here I really wanted to explore a connection with is you," he told Alex.

"And I don't know if I can handle watching you explore everyone else. And you need to 'cause that's how you feel."

He added: "I would rather you explore that and when you're out, call me."

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