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We stalked Matt Agnew for you

Before today, Matt Agnew was just a regular astrophysicist going about his normal astrophysicist chores. Now, he’s the only thing us Aussies are talking, stalking and gawking about ever since he announced he’s, indeed, the Bachelor of 2019.

But the difficult thing is, who the hell is Matt Agnew? Unlike last year’s Bachelor, the Honey Badger (who has semi gone MIA) and Bachelorette, Sophie Monk, good-old Agnew is a fresh face we literally know zilch about. Unfortunately, as of yet, no embarrassing videos or photos have surfaced on the net, but hey, it’s still early days. But what we can gather for you so far is four definite facts: he’s sweet, incredibly (like incredibly) smart, decent, and may we say, H-O-T.

Here’s everything you need to know about your new Bachie, Matt Agnew.

He’s the modern day Clark Kent

We’re not the first to point this out. Over the past few hours, he’s been quickly dubbed the ‘modern day Clark Kent’ by the population, not only for his looks, but for his intelligence.

According to his LinkedIn profile, the 31-year-old is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing at Swinburne University of technology, and has been for the last three years.

Just to get a clearer understanding of what his job and passion involves, we stalked his work bio… and just got extremely confused. “The core goal of my PhD is to use numerical techniques to search for dynamically stable planet candidates in the habitable zones of all known multiple planet systems.” Lol, say what?

So us peeps, who have a normal IQ, then continued to stalk his LinkedIn profile for some simple info.

“I am self-motivated, enthusiastic and energetic. I enjoy thinking up creative ideas and solutions to problems and collaborating with others to advance and evolve ideas,” he says on his LinkedIn profile.

“I have constantly strived to develop my communication skills. From my superiors and colleagues to vendors, contractors and clients, I have had no difficulty in establishing positive relationships and communicating effectively.”

With a brain like his, we have no doubt he has no difficulty in establishing positive romantic relationships, either.

He’s also got a double undergraduate degree in science and engineering, a masters of astrophysics and he is soon to become Doctor Agnew. We can already picture the extremely long line-up of ladies all fighting to steal the smart cookie’s heart.

He’d be happy to relocate if he finds ‘the one’

The astrophysicist was raised in Adelaide and Perth, but now resides in Melbourne. His studies have also taken him all around the globe, including Berlin, Sweden and Buenos Aires, so it goes without saying that he’d be pretty lenient if he had to relocate to another state just to be with his partner.

But TBH, Melbourne isn’t bad at all and we’d also be happy to pack our bags and move for him (and the coffee).

He comes from a big family

Matt is one of four kids, which means he understands the importance of finding the perfect partner. He now looks up to his parents’ 30+ year marriage and wants the same for himself. He’s also admitted to being sick of constantly being a groomsman and never a groom.

“Seeing my mates… tying the knot and buzzing with laughter and love together, I realise I want that,” Matt told the The Daily Telegraph.

He loves to stay fit

In several interviews, he’s revealed that he has a passion for AFL, the gym and going for long walks.

… but also loves ice-cream

When your Twitter bio is limited to 160 characters, you know you can only fit the most important info in there. For Matt, ice-cream seems to make the list.

“Spaceman. Exoplanet hunter. Ice cream enthusiast,” his Twitter bio reads.

Hey, the guy gets what balance is, and we’re on-board.

He’s genuinely looking for real love

Let’s just say a few former Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants’ intentions have been a bit questionable…

But when it comes to Matt, our gut feeling is that he is a 100 per cent genuine bloke.

In an interview with 10 Daily, Matt admitted the reality TV approach was “unorthodox”.

“It may be an unorthodox way to meet someone, but I think it’ll be a sensational experience and make for a cracking ‘how we met’ story,” he said.

And he’s willingly to make the most of it and give it his all. “I’ve got a real ‘do it once, do it right’ mentality so I’ll be making sure I throw myself into it, be vulnerable and enjoy what comes from that.”

For athe women thinking of applying for the show (yep, they’re still accepting applications), Matt’s also offered up a description of what he’s looking for in a partner.

“I think a lot of the characteristics are things everyone looks for to a degree. Someone who’s supportive, compassionate, warm, caring, generous,” he told The Daily Telegraph. “Someone who’s fun and doesn’t mind being a bit silly.”

Well, well, well, our horoscope was very accurate this month…

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