He had a tumultuous time in The Bachelorette mansion – from scoring the first single date to cementing himself as the resident clingy contestant, complete with love plants (“I thought you and I could grow violas together,” he told a stunned Sophie Monk) and the most manic tyre-changing attempt ever broadcast on national television. But Jarrod Woodgate isn’t going to sheepishly retire from the public eye following his second-place finish. According to reports, he’s going to write a book about his experiences.
RELATED: Jarrod's Ex-Girlfriend Broke Up With Him For Being Too Clingy
“I think I’m going to have to get my sister to go through the wording, the spelling and the abbreviations first, otherwise it won’t be a top-seller,” Woodgate told OK! Magazine of his book publishing plans.
The Daily Mail reports that Woodgate kept a detailed journal throughout his time on The Bachelorette, recording the highs, the lows – and a hefty dose of gossip on his housemates.
“I utilised my time in the house to question the boys,” he says. “So I knew everything that went on.”
Strange? Yes. But would we read it? Absolutely.