Ever wanted to be trapped in a house with 20 other women, competing to see who can wear the sparkliest, most cleavage-enhancing evening gown? Here’s your chance to make that dream a reality: The Bachelor is casting for its 2016 season. You need to hurry, though, as applications close January 29.
The website says they want single women aged 22-35 and single blokes 27-35. Does this mean they don’t have a Bachie lined up yet, or are they scoping out talent for another season of The Bachelorette?
On the US series the Bachie is usually a rejected suitor from a past season of The Bachelorette, but the pickings from the Australia’s first season are slim. Richie was a bit of a larrikin but not as TV savvy as the others (plus he’s been photographed lately chilling with ex-Big Brother housemate Tully Smyth). And the shine seems to be off runner-up Michael.
The casting website says filming starts in about March and can take three months, so clear your calendars. The sections on the application form are:
- Your Profile
- Family And Friends
- Future Partner
- The Show
Would you go on a reality show to find love? We know it’s worked for some of The Farmer Wants a Wife couples and Sam Frost and Sasha Mielczarek.