Open Casting Call for 'The Bachelor' In Cleveland on July 29

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Many anticipate the iconic rose ceremonies on the show. They determine who stays for another episode and who goes home. - MORGAN JOHANSSON/FLICKR
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  • Many anticipate the iconic rose ceremonies on the show. They determine who stays for another episode and who goes home.
A chance to find true love on ABC's The Bachelor has finally arrived in Northeast Ohio. The network is holding an open casting call for the show's upcoming season Sunday, July 29, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Cleveland Marriott Downtown at Key Center (1360 W. Mall Dr.).

But first you must comply with the eligibility requirements. Basically, the network wants to make sure you're a 21-plus woman okay with being recorded 24/7 while looking to get married to this season's bachelor. On the application, tell the casting directors about your favorite alcoholic beverage, brag about your pets and share any weird talents that might make you an interesting candidate on the show, which is now coming up on its 23rd season.



Good luck, we guess?

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