First season of The Bachelorette SA to come to M-Net

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Reality dating show lovers are in for a treat as M-Net introduces the first season of The Bachelorette SA.
Reality dating show lovers are in for a treat as M-Net introduces the first season of The Bachelorette SA.
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Reality dating show lovers are in for a treat as M-Net introduces the first season of The Bachelorette SA. After the channel’s two successful seasons of The Bachelor South Africa, a leading lady will now take centre stage.

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According to a statement, the local version of the global franchise spin-off series, The Bachelorette South Africa, is already in pre-production and the identity of the country’s "rose like no other" will be revealed later this week.  

“Choosing our first Bachelorette was a daunting task,” says M-Net’s head of publicity, Lani Lombard.

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“Even though it’s not a hard-and-fast rule, it is customary for the spin-off programme to pick a lady from previous Bachelor seasons. In this regard, we’re spoilt for choice. Both seasons featured many stunning ladies who could easily step into this coveted role and we know how fans fervently rooted for their favourites on social media. Behind the scenes, we were also contacted by other potential bachelorettes with strong credentials, but who did not appear on the show,” Lani continued.

Single guys are encouraged to get ready to apply if they wish to become part of the love journey with the mystery lady. Entries for the show will open immediately after her name is disclosed.

The channel is planning to air the show early next year as they are currently filming.

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