AFTER not receiving a rose in last night’s episode of the Bachelorette, Mandurah’s Kayne Buik is still single and ready to mingle.
The 25-year-old electrician has no regrets about appearing on Channel 10’s hit reality show and vying for affection of bachelorette Sam Frost. In fact, he said it was the most amazing thing he has ever done.
The Halls Head local previously worked in the mines and found it difficult to find his special lady. He had overcome a tough break-up and decided to go on the Bachelorette as it would be an extraordinary way to meet someone.
Kayne said he had a feeling he would be booted in last night’s episode.
“I thought I did really well in the group date at the children’s birthday party,” he said.
“I’d done the cake/face smash before for my little sister’s birthday party when she was four or five.
“The kids loved it.”
Kayne said there was not any definite reason for his departure last night, except Sam had strong connections with the others.
As Kayne’s search for love continues, he has seen a “massive change” in women’s perception of him.
“I am being hassled on social media,” he admitted.
“They warned us it might happen and it did.”
Kayne said his Facebook and Instagram accounts were inundated with women seeking his attention.
“I’m not bothered by it,” he said.
“I am polite to everybody.”
It has been three months since the episode was filmed and Kayne keeps in contact everyone from the Bachelorette.
“We group message on WhatsApp,” he said.
When asked about controversial contestant and international model David Witko, Kayne said he was a decent guy.
“He did like to chat about himself a little bit,” he said. “He stuffed up immensely.”
Kayne has been working in Kwinana since his departure from the show.
“I am stuck in a rut and open to new opportunities,” he said.
“I’d like to explore a more creative field.”