Matty J is on a quest to find love and we're all SO here for the ride.
But after just two episodes of the 2017 season of The Bachelor, fans have already seen enough of catty threesome Jen, Leah and Sian.
These are the worst bunch of girls in the history of the #BachelorAU ever!— Tia McQueen (@TiaMcQueen) July 27, 2017
If you ever want to prove to anyone how a bad attitude can make a pretty woman ugly - show them an episode of this seasons #BachelorAU— Trav Roebuck (@Trav_Roebuck) July 27, 2017
I can't tell if I'm watching the movie Mean Girls or The Bachelor, the question is who's Lindsey Lohan.#BachelorAU— John Variety (@JonathanC227) July 27, 2017
Jennifer Hawke, 27, made a fierce impression on the first night when she told another girl: "You should be intimidated by me."
And in episode two, she cemented her status as a real-life Regina George.
Throughout the episode she slung constant Mean Girls-style insults at her competition. She then declared it was "time to throw a spanner in the works" when Elora reported back on a successful first date with Matty J. MEOW!
Outraged fans have been quick to call out the 'bully' on social media for her 'bitchy' behaviour.
#BachelorAU So sad to see the bullying this year, not good entertainment— Bridey ✨ (@brideyisobel) July 27, 2017
However, Jen doesn't appear to be fazed by her villain status on the show, telling the Daily Telegraph it was "probably best" she wore that crown.
“I absolutely love that I’ve been painted as a villainous character," she told the publication. “I’m pretty switched on and pretty intelligent, so I do tend to back myself. It’s probably just that I have a brazen personality that’s really out there. For a lot of women who aren’t as confident, that can be very confronting.”
Earlier this week Bachelor presenter, Osher, had revealed this season would be the cattiest ever!
So buckle up guys, looks like we're in for one bumpy ride on this road to love.