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If more than one bachelor pulls the handle, the bachelors then become competitors, each trying to convince the bachelorette to be on his team. There will be a "speed choice" round to eliminate one and then a final challenge round where the bachelor makes his pick. Even NBC, which has a show popular enough for Fox to play off.
The nominal prize is a "dream date," which will probably be exotic.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one: It’s a TV show where four famous people sit in big fancy rotating chairs, listen to nobodies vying for their attention, and then spin around when they hear someone they like, thus proving that beauty is only skin deep. The series, which relies on the “love is blind” concept, will be filmed in front of a live audience.
If you heard all that and thought “Oh yeah, that’s just on NBC, the Fox series will feature a blind audition concept with some of the world’s most eligible — but not yet named — celebrities competing among of group of singles they can’t see. Each episode will feature four bachelors — and in one case, bachelorettes — seated in rotating chairs, with their backs turned to the single hopeful.