The Women will choose the next Bachelor on September 22nd

Will It Be Jay or Byron? The Women Will Choose When “The Bachelor” returns To ABC o­n September 22nd.

On a Bachelor premiere night like no other, two Bachelors - Jay Overbye and Byron Velvick - will compete for the ladies' affections at the first rose ceremony. The Bachelorettes will have all the power, choosing from these two attractive and accomplished — but completely different - Bachelor candidates in the first-ever “Ladies Choice Ceremony.” The sixth edition of “The Bachelor” will premiere with a two-hour special o­n WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 (9:00-11:00 p.m., ET), o­n the ABC Television Network.


The 25 Bachelorettes initially are unaware that they will have the power to select their Bachelor. Unbeknownst to the ladies — who are getting acquainted at a pool party — the two Bachelors have been watching o­n a monitor from afar. Host Chris Harrison then surprises the ladies with a poolside introduction to Overbye and Velvick.

Jay, 40, is a New Jersey native who has never been married and sells residential real estate in New York City. Byron, 40, a California native, has been previously married and is a professional bass fisherman who resides o­n a lake outside Las Vegas.

After getting to know Jay and Byron, each lady must offer her rose to the man of her choice in a dramatic rose ceremony in which the votes are kept secret. Which Bachelor will have captured their hearts?

That very same night, the chosen Bachelor will then have to eliminate ten of the 25 women, presenting them with traditional single red rose.

During the season premiere, Jay and Byron will meet the following 25 women:

Abby, 29, acrobat, who currently resides in Henderson, NV

Alma, 35, cafi owner, who currently resides in Astoria, OR

Amanda, 27, cosmetics buyer, who currently resides in New York, NY

Amy, 27, marketing consultant, who currently resides in San Diego, CA

Andrea, 33, dental hygienist, who currently resides in Denver, CO

Ashley, 31, teacher, who currently resides in Santa Barbara, CA

Carolyn, 36, financial advisor, who currently resides in Tulsa, OK

Cheresse, 31, advertising director, who currently resides in St. Louis, MO

Cynthia, 37, charity foundations director, who currently resides in Hermosa Beach, CA

Elizabeth, 28, in pharmaceutical sales, who currently resides in Chicago, IL

Jayne, 37, dog groomer, who currently resides in Key Largo, FL

Jennifer, 31, account executive, who currently resides in Seattle, WA

Kelly, 34, actress, who currently resides in Beverly Hills, CA

Kerry, 31, nurse, who currently resides in San Francisco, CA

Kristie, 32, bar owner, who currently resides in Windsor, Canada

Kristin, 27, office manager, who currently resides in Pensacola, FL

Krysta, 28, financial analyst, who currently resides in Oklahoma City, OK

Leina, 28, advertising associate, who currently resides in Chula Vista, CA

Lisa, 33, teacher, who currently resides in West Palm Beach, FL

Melinda, 39, photographer, who currently resides in Nashville, TN

Natalie, 34, in retail sales, who currently resides in Santa Monica, CA

Nicole, 28, executive recruiter, who currently resides in Libertyville, IL

Susie, 32, insurance broker, who currently resides in Hollywood, CA

Tanya, 31, teacher, who currently resides in Plano, Texas

Wende, 28, model, who currently resides in Austin, Texas

ABC's “The Bachelor” is the original primetime romance reality series that offers o­ne lucky man and 25 lucky women a unique opportunity to find true love.

The new Bachelor will get to know these 25 women in a series of social gatherings and exotic, romantic dates. Some lucky women will meet his family, and he will visit their hometowns for a slice of their life in an effort to determine the woman with whom he is most compatible.

“The Bachelor” will continue to eliminate women each week until ultmately deciding o­n the o­ne woman who has captured his heart. However, at any point along the way, should a woman decide that she is no longer interested in him, she may reject his invitation to continue dating.

The series provides an in-depth, behind-the-scenes glimpse into the lives of each participant involved in this unique dating process. At the end of the journey, the Bachelor may quite possibly have found true love. But the big question is: After all of this, will he pop the question, and will she say yes?

Hosted by Chris Harrison, “The Bachelor” is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Telepictures Productions. Mike Fleiss is the executive producer. Lisa Levenson, Scott Jeffress and Jason Carbone are co-executive producers.

2 Responses to “The Women will choose the next Bachelor on September 22nd”

  1. This should be cool! Are there pics of the women yet online?

  2. I dont think so….we will post them once thier online

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