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Seniors Need Love Too, Casting Noticed Announced for New Show

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By Ivy Pope

Have you ever watched The Bachelor or The Bachelorette but it's all basically the same type of person competing for love? Ever wanted to see grandma and grandpa get some on the telly? Looks like senior citizens have a chance!

If you have a single granny or gramps, send them to this casting call. The casting call reads:

Are you entering your golden years, and looking for romance? The producers of The Bachelor are looking for active, outgoing single men and women who are 65 and up for a new exciting dating show! If you are ready for a committed relationship, email us today.

Guys. I always just assumed Tinder was an option for senior citizens...

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The Bachelor franchise isn't a stranger when it comes to spin-offs, as they added The Bachelorette after one season of The Bachelor. Pretty nice, right? Guess they got a lot of views.

They also added Bachelor in Paradise in 2014, The Bachelor Winter Games ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics, and there's another Bachelor spin-off that's supposed to be coming in April 2020, called The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart, and from the title alone we can assume it'll focus on musicians.

Adding Listen to Your Heart to the Bachelor franchise is basically the entirety of 2020, so we're not sure when this one would air.

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The casting call provided a link to apply, so be prepared to help grandma or grandpa fill the form out if they're not computer savvy. It is 66 questions long, providing a good idea of who the contestants could be before they decide who will be on the show.

The questions start out basic with like, name, age, height, so on. Some questions, however are super in-depth, asking about marriage, dating, what attracted them to their last "idea mate", physical attractions, personality attractions, and more.

It asks for income brackets and if they've ever filed for bankruptcy, and one question is about tattos! Going so far as to ask where these tattoos are on your body.

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If granny or grandpa wants a chance to find some love, get a bit of fame, and meet other people they should definitely sign up for The Bachelor's up and coming senior's dating show.

Honestly, it sounds like they're trying to get past this whole 'age = being unable to do something' issue that society has, and that's epic. My only fear is, what happens if a contestant has like a heart attack or other health issue during the show...? Maybe they've taken that in mind though, and the events and show will be super chill...

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