Survivor’s Khanh Ong says he’d never sign up to be the gay Bachelor: ‘All the guys are probably going to fall in love with each other’

He’s appeared on both MasterChef and the latest season of Survivor, but Khanh Ong said there’s one reality TV show he’d never sign on for.

In an interview with Now To Love on Tuesday, the 29-year-old reality TV alum said he ‘really doesn’t want to be the gay Bachelor’. 

‘It sounds amazing, but I will be the man standing at the end with no one,’ he told the publication.

Hard pass: He’s appeared on both MasterChef and the latest season of Survivor, but Khanh Ong said there’s one reality TV show he’d never sign on for

‘Because the gay Bachelor means that all the guys [in the mansion] are probably going to fall in love with each other.’ 

Even without a stint as the next Bachelor, Khanh revealed he’s good friends with former Bachelor runner-up Abbie Chatfield.  

‘I love Abbie so much. She is the biggest ball of fun and she’s such a supportive friend,’ he said. 

No thanks: In an interview with Now To Love on Tuesday, the 29-year-old reality TV alum said he 'really doesn't want to be the gay Bachelor'

No thanks: In an interview with Now To Love on Tuesday, the 29-year-old reality TV alum said he ‘really doesn’t want to be the gay Bachelor’

Such a tease: In a TikTok video back in February, Khanh revealed that he'd asked Network 10 to place his billboard for Survivor: Blood vs Water at a busy intersection in Melbourne

Such a tease: In a TikTok video back in February, Khanh revealed that he’d asked Network 10 to place his billboard for Survivor: Blood vs Water at a busy intersection in Melbourne

Khanh added that he isn’t even thinking of dating at the moment, but that didn’t stop him from teasing his exes recently.

In a TikTok video back in February, Khanh revealed that he’d asked Network 10 to place his billboard for Survivor: Blood vs Water at a busy intersection in Melbourne.

He explained that several of his exes drove through the intersection every day on their way to work.

'It sounds amazing, but I will be the man standing at the end with no one,' he said, adding that 'all the guys are probably going to fall in love with each other'

‘It sounds amazing, but I will be the man standing at the end with no one,’ he said, adding that ‘all the guys are probably going to fall in love with each other’ 

‘So I asked the production company and also the network to put one billboard – I didn’t need many just this one billboard – in this exact location and on this exact road,’ he said.

‘The reason why that particular billboard being in this particular location – South Road and Nepean Highway – is because this intersection is where four of my ex-boyfriends have to travel through every single day to and from work.’

He added: ‘Petty? 100 per cent. Am I the drama? Possibly. Am I the villain? You’re gonna have to wait and see.’

'Petty? 100 per cent. Am I the drama? Possibly. Am I the villain? You're gonna have to wait and see,' he said after his billboard stunt

‘Petty? 100 per cent. Am I the drama? Possibly. Am I the villain? You’re gonna have to wait and see,’ he said after his billboard stunt

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