The Bachelor Canada wants all the single ladies
Just like Canadian spinoffs of American Idol and America’s Next Top Model, the Great White North is getting its own version of The Bachelor.
The inaugural season of the reality TV matchmaking show will start this fall on CityTV. The season will run for nine episodes, and the show’s host and eligible bachelor will be announced later this year.
Interested contestants can apply online, and must be at least 19 years of age. The application includes questions about your occupation, goals, guilty pleasures, and what you look for in a mate. Applicants are also required to submit two photos and a video of themselves.
While this is the first Canadian version of The Bachelor, it isn’t the first time that Canadians have appeared on the reality show. B.C.’s Jillian Harris starred on The Bachelorette in 2009, two Canadians competed on the 14th season of The Bachelor, and Port Coquitlam’s Amber B. was recently kicked off the current season of the U.S. show.
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