production of The Bachelorette Season 16 can be interrupted, but don't be afraid, reality TV lovers. A new Bachelor Spinoff debuts on April 13th on ABC and it's very similar Bachelor in paradiseunless there is no paradise. . . and no Bachelor Alums. . . and sing a lot. Confused? Let's explain. in the The Bachelor: Listen to your heartSingle men and women (all are musicians or people who work in music) will live together and talk to music. As ABC Entertainment President Karey Burke said, "Think The bachelor in paradise meets A star Is Born. "
Through the music data, participants will try to find someone to connect with, and that person will become their new duet partner (although participants may initially receive the partner swap). To like Bachelor in paradiseThe couples are formed by "traditional" rose ceremonies, where "women give roses to men and then some men go home and men give roses and some of women go home". How Bachelor Host Chris Harrison explained during an interview with parade"Relationships will come first listen to your heartand music will be in second place, which means that it is unlike any of the current competitive shows in the air. "ABC has already announced its cast of 23 participants, so it is clear that some people will not find their duet partner for life.
Once the duet pairs have been created, the new couple will be tested through musical challenges such as live performances in front of some of the biggest names in music. And of course, the audience and the venues get bigger as the season progresses. Each episode of the series eliminates pairs that appear to have the least amount of chemistry on stage until there is only one pair left. In contrast to GDPSuggestions are not the end goal in this series. "The goal is (for) a couple to find true love, but then also to have this amazing duet that deserves the prize package we put together," said Harrison. Predictably, he was shy about the details of this price package.
Harrison also announced that the series will first take place on a ranch in LA before moving on to other locations. "The first big performance actually takes place in a downtown Los Angeles venue. Then we move to Las Vegas and the grand finale takes place in Nashville," he said. Several Bachelor Nation couples will act as guest judges, including JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rogers, Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo, Arie and Lauren Luyendyk Jr., and Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick. Prominent guest judges include Jason Mraz, Kesha, Toni Braxton, Andy Grammer, Pat Monahan, Ashlee Simpson-Ross, Evan Ross, Rita Wilson, Jewel and Taye Diggs.
We don't know if the series will end with a record deal, engagement, or almost as much drama as in season 24 The bachelor, but we will definitely tune in to find out!