Host Bernard Curry had previously warned viewers that there was more to this season than met the eye.

Beauty and the Geek Australia is an Australian reality television series on the Seven Network.

The premise of the show consists of a group of "Beauties" (young women who have relied primarily on their looks) and a group of "Geeks" (young men who have relied primarily on intellect rather than social aptitude or looks) are paired up to compete as teams for a singing "Thriller".

She told : "We are still together, and he's in Sydney with me right now, in my house. "I cried when he got the tattoo, because I was so shocked.

When I first met him he came across as being so conservative, and he was always talking about how his parents were quite strict, so for him to get a tattoo was way out of his comfort zone." However, Cosgrove admitted that he has now added a second tattoo of the logo, adding: "The tattoo [then] became more about my and Sarah's time on the show.

It was originally hosted by Bernard Curry in the first four series and has been replaced by James Tobin as the new host.

It is based on the United States program Beauty and the Geek created by Ashton Kutcher.

Episode 2: 15 October 2009 The beauties studied the anatomy of the body.

Episode 3: 22 October 2009 For many of the geeks, it was their first opportunity to go on a date when they embarked on speed dating.

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! There was no elimination, much to the surprise of the contestants.

Episode 1: October 8, 2009 The beauties met the geeks for the first time, and are put into teams.

I've always thought getting a tattoo in a romantic context was rather foolish." Finlayson has admitted that she used to go for the "stereotypical bad boy" and was very surprised when she "came out with a geek".

The reality show's bosses shocked contestants with a twist this year, by introducing male 'beauty' Troy and female 'geek' Helen.

The premise of the show consists of a group of "Beauties" (young women who have relied primarily on their looks) and a group of "Geeks" (young men who have relied primarily on intellect rather than social aptitude or looks) are paired up to compete as teams for a shared major prize package and other prizes.