Single ladies unite: The Bachelor has casting call Sunday at Kent Station

Calling all the single ladies. The popular reality television show "The Bachelor" has scheduled a casting call for this Sunday at Kent Station, 417 Ramsay Way, Kent.

Calling all the single ladies.

The popular reality television show “The Bachelor” has scheduled a casting call for this Sunday at Kent Station, 417 Ramsay Way, Kent.

It’s your chance to apply for a shot at notoriety, as one of a mob of beauties vying for marital vows with a specially chosen bachelor.

The casting call goes from noon to 4 p.m. at the shopping center, although contestants can start lining up as early as 8 a.m. The cut-off for applicants occurs at 3:30 p.m. or when 200 have entered their applications, whichever happens first.

In your application, you’ll get to answer questions like “do you have any tattoos? If yes, what are they? And where are they located on your body?” and “Why haven’t you found the man of your dreams?” Or “How many serious relationships have you been in? What happened to end those relationships?”

A word of caution: you really and truly must be single, for your chance to nab the featured bachelor in the upcoming season.

And just what does “single” mean?

Here’s the rule, straight from show producers:

“All applicants must be single. To qualify as ‘single’ the applicant must not currently be involved in a committed intimate relationship, which includes: any marital relationship (whether or not the parties are separated or currently in the process of divorcing or annulling such marriage); any co-habitation relationship involving physical intimacy; or a monogamous dating relationship more than two months in duration.”

Each applicant will have 5-minute interview with a casting producer, in a separate room. And after that little sweaty-palms chat, they’ll be free to go.

…And maybe go on to network fame.

Click here for the online application.


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