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Osher Günsberg reveals what he has learned about love from The Bachelor


Tips from the ‘love guru’: Osher Günsberg reveals what he has learned about relationships after hosting The Bachelor for nine seasons


After hosting The Bachelor for nine seasons, Osher Günsberg has shared his thoughts about the topic of love.

The 47-year-old became the cupid of the dating franchise in 2013 and has been there for the kisses, the heartbreak and the dramatic moments. 

Osher, who is married to makeup artist Audrey Griffen, recalled an LA agent telling him: ‘There’s no such thing as the one, there’s only the one who’s willing to work on it with you.’

Tips from the ‘love guru’: Osher Günsberg has revealed what he’s learned about relationships after hosting The Bachelor for nine seasons 

He has since seen those words applied to both his personal life and the relationships that have formed on The Bachelor.

‘If you want to know someone is right for you, you need to know what you’re looking for,’ he said in an interview with the Herald Sun.  

Osher explained that being ‘hot, sexy, rich and fun’ is not permanent and that people need to consider the ‘sad, tired and broke’ moments as well.

'If you want to know someone is right for you, you need to know what you’re looking for': The TV host gave his advice on dating and love in an interview with the Herald Sun

‘If you want to know someone is right for you, you need to know what you’re looking for’: The TV host gave his advice on dating and love in an interview with the Herald Sun

‘You’ll be okay,’ he continued. ‘Don’t freak out when those moments show up. It’s what life is.’

Osher said the biggest red flag for singles on the dating scene is ‘inauthentic communication’, which encompasses resentful and passive-aggressive behaviour.

He believes those traits need to be ‘sorted out’ quickly before it ‘gets too much’.  

The TV star then reflected on The Bachelor and said the only difference between dating on the show and dating in real life is that you can ‘see the competition’.

The reality: Osher (pictured with Jimmy Nicholson) said the environment of The Bachelor can be beneficial in a way because 'everything [is] in the open' and if things don't work out for the contestants they can still become 'great mates' with each other

The reality: Osher (pictured with Jimmy Nicholson) said the environment of The Bachelor can be beneficial in a way because ‘everything [is] in the open’ and if things don’t work out for the contestants they can still become ‘great mates’ with each other

He said the environment of The Bachelor can be beneficial in a way because ‘everything [is] in the open’ and if things don’t work out for the contestants they can still become ‘great mates’ with each other.

Osher added that he enjoys going to work every day to ‘help people fall in love’. 

‘As cheesy as that sounds, I look at the relationships that have come out of these shows – and the kids that are now in this world as well – and my heart just glows. I know it’s sappy, but it’s the truth,’ he said. 

'I look at the relationships that have come out of these shows and my heart just glows,' he said

‘I look at the relationships that have come out of these shows and my heart just glows,’ he said

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