Angie On The Behind The Scenes Trick To Getting The Men’s Roses Pinned Onto Their Suits

There are some mysteries that have surrounded 'The Bachelorette' season after season and we've just lifted the lid on one of the biggest.

If you've ever been to a wedding or a fancy event and been given the task of pinning a boutonniere -- the fancy French word for what is otherwise known as the flower worn on the lapel of a man's tuxedo or suit jacket -- you would know it's no easy task. 

So while we have enough issues placing one boutonniere onto a not so eagerly awaiting male, how is it that Angie Kent manages to perfectly place 20 (!!!) of them while also standing in a cocktail gown, heels and having a camera pointed in her direction? 

Yes, we know Angie is magical, but no one can place that many boutonnieres without stabbing themselves (or said man) with a needle or safety pin. 

Well, take a seat, because Angie has gifted us with the answer to one of the questions that is whispered most while us Bachie fans sit in front of our televisions during a rose ceremony.

When asked if there is a trick to placing a boutonniere perfectly, Angie told us: "Yes oh my God, I didn’t know this happened."

"Apparently it’s so easy to think of it too and I was like ‘this is magic!’ You just, obviously because the girls just hold theirs, hey? What happens is there’s a little magnet in their jackets," Angie explained. 

So the stylists have to go through every single jacket and stick a magnet in. Then I have a magnet on my rose and then I clip it on.

Angie added if you look closely enough, you can even see her trying to find where the magnet has been sewed in during the rose ceremonies.

"Sometimes you’ll see me go like this, Mmm, and then I go ‘where is it?’ and I look around and then I go ‘ Whoomp! There it is.’ Like every time, I never got used to it," Angie explained.

READ MORE: Angie Kent On What She Learned From Watching Matt Agnew On 'The Bachelor'

And with that, one of the biggest mysteries of 'The Bachelorette' franchise is officially closed. So keep your eye's peeled during tonight's premiere.

'The Bachelorette' airs Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm, only on 10, 10 Play and WIN Networks.

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