This is my application form for when I applied to be on a dating show (on TV!!!) I got through to the auditions but I had to pull out as I had met someone by then!
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Literally 2 weeks after I sent it off, I met someone lovely!! Dark, Blonde or no hair is fine with me (told you, desperado!
Haha) nice body and taller than me, preferably an older man but not old enough to be my dad! Personality has to be fun, loving, romantic (when it counts) makes me laugh and has a brain!
If you are looking to star in a reality show that can help you find your true love this is your category.
Often times it can be difficult to meet a person that you feel that you want to spend your life with.
At first, the contestants are not explicitly told that the bachelor is Prince Harry; they are merely led to make that inference on their own by Hicks' close resemblance, the royal setting of Englefield House, However, in the 5th episode, Hicks tells Kelly while they are alone that he is Prince Harry and later butler Kingsley announces to all seven remaining contestants at the dinner table that "Sir is indeed His Royal Highness Prince Harry of Wales." Contestant Andrea Fox, in an interview on the Kidd Kraddick in the Morning radio show, said that prior to filming the contestants were told they were going to be on a TV show called "Dream Date" and that it was more about "the experience for the girls" instead of "finding love", and that people with the show kept saying "Don't compare it to The Bachelor".
The series first aired in the USA on May 20, 2014, on Fox.However, in reality the bachelor is Matthew Hicks, a Prince Harry look-alike.On June 12, 2014, it was announced the show was pulled from the air in the US and cancelled after airing only four episodes.Are you a fitness trainer or a fitness enthusiast with… We're looking for women who have bladder leakage who want to try a new protective underwear product… An Emmy Winning talk show is looking for women with a sense of humor who want to be part of a show.