Beauty And The Geek 2022 winners revealed

Beauty And The Geek 2022 winners revealed

The winners of Beauty And The Geek for 2022 have been crowned.

During Wednesday night’s emotional finale, Aaron Seeto, 30, and Karly Fisher, 28, triumphed over the two other remaining pairs to take home the $100,000 prize money.

As the result of the vote was revealed, Aaron became overcome with emotion, telling host Sophie Monk: “I don’t usually get emotional, but at times like this, it’s needed.”

“It’s real. It wasn’t a dream. That happened. Thank you, guys, so much for believing in us,” Karly added.

Earlier in the episode, the teams were tasked with completing one last challenge – abseiling down the Skye Suites tower at Green Square in Sydney.

Aaron took the reins and offered support to Karly as she became increasingly panicked during the terrifying activity.

“You OK, Karls? I love you so much!” he called out to her.

“You’re going to be OK. I believe in you.”

Later, when Karly finally arrived back on the ground, he told her: “I am so proud of you.”

The three remaining pairs were forced to make a pitch to win to the ex-contestants, who ultimately decided this year’s winners.

During their presentation, an emotional Aaron thanked Karly for all she’d done for him.

“I wouldn’t be where I am today without you, you’ve come into my life and impacted it in the most positive way possible,” the train driver told her.

“I now know what it feels like to be loved and have people genuinely care about you. Now when I’m looking into that mirror, I no longer see average, I see awesomely amazing… with a touch of hotness and sexiness.”

Karly then explained how Aaron had helped her see herself in a new light and understand her true value after a life of feeling insecure.

“You have accepted me for exactly who I am. You’ve taught me it’s OK to be strong and soft at the same time. I’m so grateful for you,” she said.

Following their victory, Aaron revealed the first thing he’d do with his share of the prize money, which was fix his “biggest insecurity” – his false front teeth.

“Going in, I was so nervous, I have so much self-doubt, I didn’t believe in myself and now that’s all kicked to the kerb,” he said.

“I’ve just become so much more confident between the person I was before to the person I am now.”


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