Get ready ladies, SA set to have its own version of 'The Bachelor'

Get ready ladies, SA set to have its own version of 'The Bachelor'

The hit American reality series The Bachelor is coming to South Africa and the entries are already open for 25 eligible who would be fighting it out for the final rose.

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According to a report by Eyewitness News, M-NET secured the rights for the hit dating show and its first episode is set to air on Valentine’s Day 2019.

The show would feature 25 eligible South African women who would fight for the love of the bachelor.

The news shook South African Twitter and tweeps took to the social media platform to share their opinions on the show hitting our screens in a couple of months.

“SA will have its own version of The Bachelor and I want to apply because it's always been my dream to get the first impression rose lmao”, Amanda Waller wrote after the announcement.
Bonga Dlulane added the show is set to make great entertainment material, “The Bachelor SA that MNET is creating will be funny and messy. Because some woman will find out by surprise while watching the show that her boyfriend is looking for the one”

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In 2013, Local celeb Boity said a South African version of The Bachelor would be fun to watch and five-years later she received her wish.

“The Bachelor SA... Hahahaha!! That would be fun to watch”, she wrote on Twitter.

Briefly.co.za learned the entries are now open and will close on 20 August 2018.

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