Roses at the ready! Channel 10 is STILL looking for contestants for The Bachelor Australia ahead of filming commencing next month

The casting process for the new season of The Bachelor is still under way.

With filming scheduled to begin on the Gold Coast next month, production company Warner. Bros Australia is still on the lookout for single women and men.

WB’s casting team issued a call-out on Instagram on Wednesday, telling would-be bachelors and bachelorettes it’s ‘their turn’ to find love.

Talent hunt: The casting process for the new season of The Bachelor is still under way

‘It’s your turn! Comment below and tag your single bestie for your chance to be on The Bachelor 2022!’ the caption stated.

Bachelor franchise host Osher Günsberg also shared the casting call, and wrote: ‘Here we go. New spectacular season. New spectacular location.

‘A chance to meet your forever ever (forever ever?) forever. Tag that person you know who is in the perfect time of their life for this. See you on the Gold Coast!’

Roses at the ready: With filming scheduled to begin on the Gold Coast next month, production company Warner. Bros Australia is still on the lookout for single women and men

Roses at the ready: With filming scheduled to begin on the Gold Coast next month, production company Warner. Bros Australia is still on the lookout for single women and men

Casting for The Bachelor’s tenth season began in January, with ‘single women and Men between the ages of 21 and 50’ invited to apply.

The MyCastingNet online application form states: ‘You must be willing and available to be filmed for the duration of the series.

‘Filming will roughly commence May to July of 2022 and may take up to 12 weeks.’

Ongoing: Casting for The Bachelor's tenth season began in January, with 'single women and Men between the ages of 21 and 50' invited to apply. (Pictured: host Osher Günsberg)

Ongoing: Casting for The Bachelor’s tenth season began in January, with ‘single women and Men between the ages of 21 and 50’ invited to apply. (Pictured: host Osher Günsberg)

There are rumours the upcoming season will be a ‘hybrid’ of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, with a male and female suitor.

The show has also relocated from Sydney to the Gold Coast. 

The Channel 10 dating franchise has seen its ratings plummet in recent years, with Brooke Blurton’s 2021 season of The Bachelor plunging to record lows.

Daily Mail Australia understands production on the 2020 season will commence in the coming weeks.

Untenable: The Channel 10 dating franchise has seen its ratings plummet in recent years, with Brooke Blurton's 2021 season of The Bachelor plunging to record lows

Untenable: The Channel 10 dating franchise has seen its ratings plummet in recent years, with Brooke Blurton’s 2021 season of The Bachelor plunging to record lows

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