The Bachelor Canada asks public to choose contestant
Following a nationwide casting tour that started in Vancouver in January, the Bachelor Canada season two has found 24 single women who will vie for the bachelor’s love on CityTV this fall. In a new twist to the reality series, however, Canadians have a chance to vote on this season’s 25th contestant.
Three women have been selected for the contest, and one hails from Vancouver. Linda Luu, a 32-year-old single mom and entrepreneur (she owns a mushroom delivery service), was selected from the B.C. auditions. In her online profile, Luu claims to speak fluent Vietnamese and have a tattoo on her lower back. She says that her worst job was working at Denny’s, and her dream is to one day own a winery.
Luu is up against Jennifer Willim, a 25-year-old foreign-exchange teller, cheerleader, and model from Whitby, Ontario. On Willim’s profile, she says that she believes in love at first sight and hopes to visit Greece one day.
The final bachelorette hoping to make it onto the show is Raelee Fedyna, a 26-year-old from Calgary, Alberta. Fedyna works as an art director and gymnastics coach, and lists “painting and being creative” as her unique talent. She also “absolutely” believes in love at first sight.
On February 18, Vancouver’s Luu was in the lead with over 47 percent of votes. Online voting is open to the public until February 28.