Osher Günsberg conveys Mad Max vibes with a rugged respirator and crest

Osher Günsberg has channeled Mad Max with his latest look.

The 47-year-old host of The Bachelor was out running errands in Randwick last Friday, looking ready for the apocalypse in a heavy-duty respirator mask.

The reality TV host added to the effect with his Mohican hairstyle and head-to-toe leather outfit.

Elegant Apocalypse! Osher Günsberg, 47, channeled Mad Max in his latest look as he stepped out in Sydney on Friday.

Upon reaching his vehicle, The Masked Singer host removed his elaborate mask and placed it in a plastic bag.

Osher then climbed aboard his new Harley Davidson electric motorcycle, valued at $50,000.

The exit comes after Günsberg spoke about the future of The Bachelor franchise during a candid interview with Yahoo! Lifestyle last month.

Serious hardware: The Bachelor was seen running errands in Randwick, looking ready for the apocalypse in a heavy-duty respirator

Serious hardware: The Bachelor was seen running errands in Randwick, looking ready for the apocalypse in a heavy-duty respirator

Hell for leather!  The reality TV host added to the effect with his Mohican hairstyle and head-to-toe leather outfit.

Blackout: Osher sported an all-black ensemble, which included a pair of leather shoes.

Hell for leather! The reality TV host added to the effect with his Mohican hairstyle and head-to-toe leather outfit.

The London-born star said he’s “very grateful” to be involved in the franchise, despite both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette experiencing record low ratings this year.

Speaking about The Bachelorette, Osher said he was proud of the final season after they cast Brooke Blurton, the franchise’s first indigenous and bisexual star.

He added, “It was easily the best season of the show we’ve ever done.”

The veteran TV star added that ‘a non-heteronormative bachelorette party’ had been in the works for five years before it finally came to fruition, explaining that there are ‘so many gears that need to be aligned’.

Breathing easy: Upon reaching his vehicle, The Masked Singer host removed his elaborate mask and placed it in a plastic bag

Breathing easy: Upon reaching his vehicle, The Masked Singer host removed his elaborate mask and placed it in a plastic bag

Grateful: The London-born star told Yahoo he's

Grateful: The London-born star told Yahoo he’s “very grateful” to be involved in the franchise, despite both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette experiencing record low ratings this year

Breaking new ground: Speaking of The Bachelorette, Osher said he was proud of the final season after they cast Brooke Blurton, the franchise's first indigenous and bisexual star.

Breaking new ground: Speaking of The Bachelorette, Osher said he was proud of the final season after they cast Brooke Blurton, the franchise’s first indigenous and bisexual star.

Osher said that he hopes the franchise will continue to focus on “modern dating” in future seasons, adding that “you can’t be what you can’t see.”

“There are so many challenges to dating now that didn’t exist five years ago, and there were so many challenges that didn’t exist five years ago before that,” he explained.

“As for using your phone, push to have a video call, push to send a picture or use pictures or the visual medium or meet for the first time using text instead of talking to each other and hearing someone’s tone of voice.

“That’s how people meet and interact before they see each other now, so to have modern dating reflected on screen in some way that can work on prime time TV, I think that would be great.” For me, I think that’s what I would really like to see.’

Sweet ride: Osher then climbed aboard his new $50,000 Harley Davidson electric motorcycle

Sweet ride: Osher then climbed aboard his new $50,000 Harley Davidson electric motorcycle

Trendsetter: Osher said he hopes the franchise will continue to focus on 'modern dating' in future seasons, adding that 'you can't be what you can't see'

Trendsetter: Osher said he hopes the franchise will continue to focus on ‘modern dating’ in future seasons, adding that ‘you can’t be what you can’t see’

Big call: The veteran TV star added that 'a non-heteronormative bachelorette party' had been brewing for five years before it finally went ahead, explaining that there are 'so many gears that need to be aligned'

He added:

Big call: The veteran TV star added that ‘a non-heteronormative bachelorette party’ had been brewing for five years before it finally went ahead, explaining that there are ‘so many gears that need to be aligned’

Network 10 announced that both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette would return next year during the network’s Upfronts in October.

“Get ready for more love stories, more lavish dates and more whispers when we return with The Bachelor and The Bachelorette Australia in 2022,” Osher said at the time.

“We redefined dating shows with The Bachelorette Australia this year, and it’s expected to be even better next season as we head into an important moment for this storied franchise.

“Ten seasons of any show is a significant milestone, and now that we’ve reached that milestone with The Bachelor Australia, I’m so excited to be a part of telling Australia’s favorite love story in a new and exciting way.”

Return: Network 10 announced that both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette would be returning next year during the network's Upfronts in October.

Return: Network 10 announced that both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette would be returning next year during the network’s Upfronts in October.

Disappointing: This year's premiere episode of The Bachelor garnered just 482,000 viewers, compared to last year's premiere, which drew 681,000 viewers.

Disappointing: This year’s premiere episode of The Bachelor garnered just 482,000 viewers, compared to last year’s premiere, which drew 681,000 viewers.

This year’s premiere episode of The Bachelor garnered just 482,000 viewers, compared to last year’s premiere, which drew 681,000 viewers.

Meanwhile, this year’s finale with Jimmy Nicholson drew 629,000 viewers, while 879,000 viewers tuned in last year’s season of Locky Gilbert.

According to a report from Mumbrella last month, this year’s Bachelorette finale drew the smallest audience since the show’s inception in Australia.

It drew 439,000 tube viewers for the final 15 minutes and 361,000 tube viewers in the run-up, making it the least watched Bachelorette Australia finale.

Last year’s finale with sisters Elly and Becky Miles drew 573,000 metropolitan viewers, while Angie Kent’s 2019 season drew 992,000 metropolitan viewers.

Going down: Meanwhile, this year's finale with Jimmy Nicholson drew 629,000 viewers, while 879,000 viewers tuned in last year's season of Locky Gilbert.

Going down: Meanwhile, this year’s finale with Jimmy Nicholson drew 629,000 viewers, while 879,000 viewers tuned in last year’s season of Locky Gilbert.

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