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Former 'Bachelor' star Lorenzo Borghese returning back to reality TV

Prince Lorenzo Borghese, who starred in the ninth season of "The Bachelor," is returning back to reality TV. According to a Page Six article posted on Monday, Feb. 10, Lorenzo is one of six men whose lives are being filmed for a show that will premiere on Esquire TV in April.

Prince Lorenzo Borghese attends the 8th Annual Laugh For Sight All-Star Comedy Benefit at Gotham Comedy Club on October 28, 2013 in New York City.
Photo by Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images

Camera crews were in tow when he went to the nightclub EVR last weekend with six models for a tasting of his Rum Golf brand beer. Despite having booked the upstairs room for his event, it took lots of effort on his and his publicist's part to clear the overflow crowd from a party that was happening downstairs.

“Everything turned out to be okay, but it was a pain in the ass because it took an hour to clear the room,” he told Page Six.

Sometimes, not even someone who is actually a real prince can get everything to go his way!

Lorenzo Borghese isn't the only person from the "Bachelor" franchise to continue a TV career of course. Notably, Bob Giuney, Charlie O'Connell, Travis Stork, and Jake Pavelka have kept themselves in front of TV audiences since gaining fame from the show. From "The Bachelorette," there's Ali Fedotowsky, who is a correspondent for E! News, and Jillian Harris, who has worked on "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" and other home design reality TV shows.

Which "Bachelor" star is your favorite?

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