From a media release:
Kenora, Ontario-native Jasmine Lorimer is putting her heart on the line this fall on W Networkâ€™s The Bachelorette Canada. Lorimer, a hairstylist currently based out of Pemberton, British Columbia, will search for the man of her dreams when 20 eligible bachelors do whatever it takes to win her heart. By her side throughout the journey will be host Noah Cappe, who is best known for his roles on Food Network Canadaâ€™s Carnival Eats, The Great Canadian Cookbook and W Networkâ€™s top-rated series Good Witch. The smash-hit reality series premieres this fall on W Network.
A small-town girl at heart, 27 year-old Lorimerâ€™s artistic nature and adventurous spirit drew her to the beauty industry and the West Coast. Her free spirited, down-to-earth approach to life, coupled with a warm and radiant disposition, make Jasmine the perfect choice for this romantic adventure of a lifetime. Refreshingly open, honest and not afraid to laugh at herself, Canadians nationwide will fall in love with Jasmine as she risks it all to find â€œthe one.â€
In the Canadian version of this widely successful reality series, Jasmine Lorimer is in search of her soul mate â€“ and hopefully her groom-to-be. The male suitors compete for the Bacheloretteâ€™s affection on individual and group dates involving local and far-flung romantic encounters and adventures in exotic locations around the world. As Lorimer narrows the field and the number of men dwindles, romance and tensions rise. Ultimately, she will choose the one man with whom she wants to spend the rest of her life.
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A small town ‘girl’ is no way to describe a 27 year old woman. To find a man of her dreams? Women dream of more than a man. As far as a search for a soul mate and a groom, Ms. Lorimer should look at the odds…the success rate of lasting matches from this franchise, including the Canadian version is dismal-she’d do better at speed dating night at the local Kelsey’s.
That in the 21st century we have this kind of brainless TV is embarrassing. To call it ‘Reality’ or ‘Factual’ TV is an insult to all that is real and a fact. For a Canadian network to buy this format to satisfy their Canadian content is the worst violation of all.
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