April 17, 2012 10:00 AM by Lisa Princ
ABC‘s Bachelor Pad, The Bachelorette, and The Bachelor all focus on hopeful contestants hoping to find true love, but most of the relationships formed on these shows end up in disaster instead. That is probably why ABC has announced open casting calls to the public for season three of Bachelor Pad! Interested in signing up for the show? Read on for full details to get started…
ABC put out a press release for The Bachelor Pad’s third season that states:
“ABC’s ‘Bachelor Pad’ returns for a third season on MONDAY, JULY 23 (8:00-10:00 p.m., ET) and, for the first time, the show is upping the ante by opening casting to the general public. Participants who have never appeared in a ‘Bachelor’ franchise will join previous Bachelors and Bachelorettes for a chance at love. Will these fresh new faces be able to find romance? And which bachelors and bachelorettes from seasons past will rekindle old flames or ignite new ones?
Those interested must go online, fill out an application, add a photo and submit a two-minute video. The video should explain why you should be a member of “Bachelor Pad” and why you like the show. If the show likes your video, it will be posted on the website, where fans can vote for their favorites and leave comments.
Submissions are being accepted throughout the month of April. Deadline is Sunday, April 29 at 11:59 p.m., PT. We are looking for fresh faces that have the charm, wit and personality to compete for love. Applicants must be 21 and over. For more information and full eligibility, go to Bachelor Pad casting.
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Topics: ABC Reality TV Shows, The Bachelor Pad |
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