The finale of The Bachelor takes place tonight, and 10 is already opening auditions for the next series of the TV franchise’s The Bachelor and The Bachelorette series.
Tonight we say goodbye to season seven of The Bachelor. Making it to the final two are Chelsie and Abbie as each of them fight for the final rose and a chance at love with bachelor Matt Agnew – who has travelled the world following his passion for space, working on his PhD and trying to locate Earth 2.0. Tonight, Matt will make the tough decision of who he’s finally taking home.
Generally, the Bachelor has done very well this year with TV ratings. Agnew was the star attraction on the launch episode of The Bachelor 2019 with 828,000 watching the first two contestants departing the mansion after a very short stay.
From couch critic to jungle queen, it’s confirmed that Angie Kent from Gogglebox will be Australia’s next bachelorette in 2019.
On becoming the Bachelorette, Kent said: “I’ve always been the girl who loves to make everyone laugh, but now I reckon it’s time to have someone to laugh with me, rather than at me.
“I’m at a place now where I have loads of self-love, but I’m also open to all of life’s amazing possibilities. So, if 20 or so fellas want to join me, have a laugh and potentially be my perfect partner in life and love – I say – let’s give it a red hot go!”
Network 10 executive producer of The Bachelorette Australia, Hilary Innes, said: “Angie is the perfect Bachelorette. She’s genuine, funny, loveable and naturally gorgeous. I am so excited to see Angie’s love story unfold.”
If you’re single and you’re able to take 12 weeks off from work, it may be your time to shine. Women and men between the ages of 25 and 35 who want a shot at love can now applying here.