Over 21 and single? SA to have its own version of 'The Bachelor'

The worldwide reality TV smash-hit, The Bachelor, is coming to South Africa.

M-Net has secured the rights for the popular dating show and has already started the search for 25 eligible South African ladies.

Viewers of M-Net 101 will get to watch the first episode air on Valentine's Day, 2019.

Entries for _The Bachelor SA opened online today at www.mnet.tv/thebachelorsa_ and close on 20 August 2018 at 23:59pm.

Do you have what it takes to be in the next The Bachelor SA?

According to the broadcaster, you have to be "over 21 and single – either never married or legally divorced – and meet the requirements stipulated in the Terms and Conditions (published on the website)".

You also need to "fill out a short entry form on the M-Net website, where you will also be asked to submit two photographs of yourself.

Entrants have to be in possession of a South African ID document and have to be available for filming between October and November 2018.

Potential entrants may want to know if The Bachelor is looking for specific qualities. Do they have to be drop-dead gorgeous, be able to flirt with fire or finesse, have an interesting life story, be an outgoing party girl or be blessed with beauty and brains?

The answer is simple: All the single ladies stand a chance! You just need to be ready for romance!

Donald Clarke, Executive Producer from production company Rapid Blue

To enter, visit M-net's The Bachelor page.


This article first appeared on 947 : Over 21 and single? SA to have its own version of 'The Bachelor'


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