Thirty-three women, three of whom are of Asian descent, will be competing for love in the upcoming 24th season of “The Bachelor.”
ABC released images of the 33 women on the Facebook page of “The Bachelor” on Tuesday for “an early look” without providing many details about them.
Amazon has greenlit a Japanese adaptation of ABC’s reality dating series “The Bachelorette.”
Prime Video ordered the show on Wednesday with at least 20 other new and returning international series from Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Spain and the U.K, The Wrap reported.
“The Bachelor” is facing a massive backlash after a recent episode aired which showed contestants disrespecting Asian food and perpetuating archaic stereotypes.
The episode, which aired on Jan. 28, highlighted bachelor Colton Underwood’s first time traveling outside the U.S.
Vietnam’s version of “The Bachelor,” which made global headlines after two of its female contestants fell in love and left the show, has just wrapped up its maiden season with even more shocking twists.
Following the departure of lovebirds Minh Thu and Truc Nhu, the Bachelor Vietnam kept its audiences intrigued with some surprising choices and revelations made by other contestants in the season finale.
Bachelor Nguyen Quoc Trung’s pick in the Final Rose shocked many after he chose the soft-spoken Thuy Duong instead of the fan-favorite Kieu Trang.
Minh Thu and Truc Nhu, the two female contestants who shocked the world when they left “The Bachelor Vietnam” together, are now saying they are happy with their decision and would not change a thing despite the challenges.
Since NextShark broke the story of their dramatic exit almost a month ago, the pair has become a viral sensation worldwide.
More details have emerged surrounding the bittersweet story of the two female contestants on “The Bachelor Vietnam” who left the rose ceremony together.
In the episode aired last week, contestant Minh Thu shocked viewers after she declared her love for another contestant named Truc Nhu.
Vietnam’s version of “The Bachelor” recently captured a special moment which has never been seen in other iterations of the popular relationship reality show.
In one emotional episode, one female contestant proclaimed her love, not toward the “Bachelor,” but to another female contestant during the “rose ceremony.”
The Bachelor has officially come to Vietnam and is now accepting applications for its single eligible bachelor and his romantic interests.
Vietnam’s version of the popular relationship reality television series will be among the three new “Bachelors” launching in Asia this year, alongside The Bachelor Indonesia and The Bachelor India.