NEWS: ‘DATE DISH’ BUT MKR BACHELORS OUT
MKR favourites proved no match for Helena and Vikki in tonight’s showdown. Who can beat the unstoppable twins?
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Perthnow.com.au (Date:03/18/2014 04:47)
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