They’re the unlucky-in-love firefighting hunks who rose to fame on reality relationship shows The Bachelorette and Married At Fist Sight.
And last week, MAFS Andrew ‘Jonesy’ Jones confirmed he works at the SAME fire station as the Bachelorette’s Cameron ‘Cam’ Cranley in an Instagram post.
Jonesy captioned a picture with Cam and MAFS twins Sharon and Michelle, writing: ‘My bachelorette boy wonder @camcranley see you at work matey.’
‘See you at work matey’: Married At First Sight’s Andrew Jones and The Bachelorette’s Cameron ‘Cam’ Cranley work at SAME fire station as the unlucky-in-love firefighters hint to a reality series, as Jonesy confirms their co-worker status in an Instagram post last week
Reality star hunks! The unlucky-in-love firefighting hunks rose to fame on reality relationship shows The Bachelorette (L) and Married At Fist Sight (R)
Both reality stars are from Perth and work as firefighters based out of Fremantle.
Working in the physically-taxing profession, the buff men have both had no qualms about stripping down to pose for the charity Perth Firefighter Calendar in the past.
The official Perth Firefighters Calendar Instagram account recently shared a picture of Jonesy showcasing his muscular physique while posing for the calendar.
The caption read, in part: ‘5 years before Jonesy got ‘Married at First Sight’ he was Mr April in the 2012 Perth Firefighters Calendar.’
Mr April and Mr May: Working in the physically-taxing profession, the buff men have both had no qualms about stripping down to pose for the charity Perth Firefighter Calendar in the past
The Bachelorette’s Cameron sizzles as the shirtless Mr May in the 2016 run, which supported the Princess Margaret Hospital Total Care Burns Unit.
He flaunted his defined six-pack while being covered in glossy oil.
After the pair’s co-working status came to light, Cam revealed to Nine’s TheFIX: ‘Andrew and I were friends before either show was filmed or aired.’
‘Andrew and I were friends before either show was filmed or aired’: Cam revealed to Nine’s TheFix that the pair, both based out of Fremantle, have been friends for some time
When the publication questioned the reality star about a potential fire fighter reality show spin-off with Jonesy, he cheekily teased: ‘Never say never! But that’s not for us to decide.’
‘We both think it would be a laugh, and after hanging out with a few of the Bondi Rescue boys, all of whom are legends by the way, they all seemed to think [a firefighter reality series] would be a cracker show,’ he said.
Meanwhile, Jonesy previously told TheFIX he had to deactivate his Facebook for a while, as female fans actively sought him out online and admirers would leave their numbers at the fire station for him.
Hot new show? When the publication questioned the Cam about a potential fire fighter reality show spin-off with Jonesy, he cheekily teased: ‘Never say never!’