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'The Bachelor' looks for love in Nashville

Looking for love in all the wrong places?
Looking for love in all the wrong places?

Looking for love in all the wrong places? Looking for love in too many faces? Well, things may just be looking up for you...if you look no further than downtown. Nashville, that is. Because it seems another TV plan is brewing underfoot of ABC in the city that often sees folks honky-tonkin' (and it could be quite the tie-in).

That's right, fresh from Nashville, the town that made both its TV namesake and Country music famous, comes another central perk: a casting call. Nashville's now where ABC-TV's hit show The Bachelor is looking for love, too - via auditions on the coincidentally fairer gender titled Broadway. At the 329 Broadway bar Honky Tonk Central, the Bachelor bunch will be looking for romantic risk-takers of both the male and female variety to film for an upcoming season. Auditions are scheduled to take place from 5-9 p.m. You must be at least 21 years old to participate.

For more information about Honky Tonk Central please call them at (615) 742-9095 or visit their website. Ironically, by the way, they are also a popular place for bachelorette parties.

To find out other ways to apply for the show, visit the official casting site here. There's also a list posted of upcoming city casting calls.

If nothing else maybe you'll get a free rose (i.e., in the show's rose ceremony) out of the experience. Just remember that sometimes love gets weeds instead of roses. And also? Every rose has its thorn.

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