Vakoo Kauapirura, who is honestly one of my favourite Bachie gals of all time, ended her run after Thursday night’s episode of the dating show. The model knew it was coming though, her one-on-one time with Matt Agnew was a big indicator that the two were destined to be just a couple of aggressively good looking mates.

In our interview with Vakoo, she chatted about that time her tits fell out of her dress while hugging Matt, and the importance of diversity on screen. Quite the sacred combo.

“One of the moments you didn’t see was at a rose ceremony, when I was wearing the wig with the blue dress,” Vakoo explained. “Matt actually came up to me afterwards and wanted to have a chat and while we were having a chat – I think, I don’t know what happened – but I went to go hug him or something and as I hugged him – my dress was strapless – it fell down and my tits were literally out while I was hugging him.”

Oh my god. You guys, I literally had to replay this bit of the interview like three times because we were laughing so hard and I couldn’t hear what Vakoo was saying.

“So then I was whispering in his ear like, ‘Matt, my tits are out.’ And he was like, ‘What?’ And I’m like, ‘My tits are out’ and he said, ‘You know your mic is on so they can all hear you anyway?’ And then he’s like, ‘What do we do?’ And I said, ‘If you move and I turn, all the cameras are going to be on my tits.'”

So Matt kept hugging Vakoo and her bare tits while simultaneously shrugging out of his jacket.

“And then he covered me with it so I could pull my dress up,” she said. “He’s such a gentleman. I thought that was such a lovely thing to do. That was one of my favourite moments.”

Tits aside, Vakoo said she loved being on The Bachelor and would absolutely be down to be The Bachelorette because a) it’d be amazing and b) “Just to have a woman of colour as The Bachelorette would be iconic and I just feel like we need that.”

Vakoo said she has no regrets about going on the show, especially because of all the beautiful and emotional messages she’s received from people who are just so happy to see someone that looks like them on TV.

“Sometimes I am still that girl who’s really – when you don’t see someone that looks like you a lot on TV, you feel like maybe there’s something wrong with you or your colour so when people are responding the way that they have … It’s just a really beautiful feeling to have helped some people.”

Vakoo, we love you.

Image: Instagram / Vakoo Kauapirura