Alisha Aitken-Radburn now works as a fundraising director for the Labor Party

Pride the Labor Party? Now that her disastrous reality show season has come to an end, Alisha Aitken-Radburn of The Bachelor has returned to work for the Labor Party.

She left a prestigious performance as political adviser to the leader of the Australian Labor Party, Bill Shorten, to appear in The Bachelor.

And now that her disastrous reality show season has come to an end, Alisha Aitken-Radburn has returned to work for the political party.

According to her Linkedin profile, the controversial 25-year-old is now the Director of Events and Fundraising in the Labor Party of New South Wales.

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Pride the Labor Party? Now that her disastrous reality show season has come to an end, Alisha Aitken-Radburn of The Bachelor has returned to work for the Labor Party.

Pride the Labor Party? Now that her disastrous reality show season has come to an end, Alisha Aitken-Radburn of The Bachelor has returned to work for the Labor Party.

The ambitious blonde started the new role in August, just weeks before being fired from The Bachelor by Nick & # 39; Honey Badger & # 39; Cummins.

She became a hot topic during her time in the series due to her participation in the clique of "bad girls" with the villains Cat Henesey and Romy Pouiler.

After receiving reactions from viewers, the trio told the Daily Telegraph that much of their behavior was the result of "editing" and orders from the producers.

Would you donate to ALP? According to his Linkedin profile, the 25-year-old controversy is now the Director of Events and Fundraising in the Labor Party of New South Wales

Would you donate to ALP? According to his Linkedin profile, the 25-year-old controversy is now the Director of Events and Fundraising in the Labor Party of New South Wales

Would you donate to ALP? According to his Linkedin profile, the 25-year-old controversy is now the Director of Events and Fundraising in the Labor Party of New South Wales

& # 39; Mean girls & # 39 ;: Alisha (L) became a hot topic during her time in the series due to her participation in the clique of & # 39; bad girls & # 39; with the villains Cat Henesey (center) and Romy Pouiler (R)

& # 39; Mean girls & # 39 ;: Alisha (L) became a hot topic during her time in the series due to her participation in the clique of & # 39; bad girls & # 39; with the villains Cat Henesey (center) and Romy Pouiler (R)

& # 39; Mean girls & # 39 ;: Alisha (L) became a hot topic during her time in the series due to her participation in the clique of & # 39; bad girls & # 39; with the villains Cat Henesey (center) and Romy Pouiler (R)

"You're told to do things, and if you do not, you can go home," Cat said.

Alisha added: "I understand that people are angry but they tell you to jump over a cliff or kill yourself, nobody deserves it."

& # 39; At the end of the day, it's reality TV. People love drama and while programs like Married At First Sight continue to qualify, networks will continue to produce it and viewers will see it. "

Previous call: before appearing in The Bachelor, Alisha left with Dean Shachar, who was vice president of Young Liberals and counselor of Pru Goward.

Previous call: before appearing in The Bachelor, Alisha left with Dean Shachar, who was vice president of Young Liberals and counselor of Pru Goward.

Previous call: before appearing in The Bachelor, Alisha left with Dean Shachar, who was vice president of Young Liberals and counselor of Pru Goward.

Before appearing in The Bachelor, Alisha was Dean Shachar, who was Vice President of Young Liberals and advisor to Pru Goward.

She also worked as a liaison producer on Sky News and has worked as a research assistant for the Parliament of New South Wales.

She admitted earlier that her colleagues in the Labor Party were baffled by her decision to put politics on hold for fifteen seconds of fame in reality shows.

Did she make the right decision? She admitted earlier that her Labor Party colleagues were "baffled" by her decision to put politics on pause for fifteen seconds of fame on reality TV.

Did she make the right decision? She admitted earlier that her Labor Party colleagues were "baffled" by her decision to put politics on pause for fifteen seconds of fame on reality TV.

Did she make the right decision? She admitted earlier that her Labor Party colleagues were "baffled" by her decision to put politics on pause for fifteen seconds of fame on reality TV.

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