The Cast of 'Bachelor: Listen To Your Heart' and What We Know About Them

Every cast member of ABC's 'The Bachelor Presents: Listen To Your Heart,' and what we know about them.

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Welp, considering the postponement of  (opens in new tab)The Bachelorette (opens in new tab)and if it does air, it'll run in a modified format)the possible cancellation of Bachelor in Paradise, and the definite cancellation of  (opens in new tab)Bachelor Summer Games (opens in new tab), Bachelor Nation is desperate for interesting content. Just in time, it would seem, comes The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart (opens in new tab). ICYMI, this potentially interesting/bonkers show was apparently inspired by the chemistry between Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper performing from A Star Is Born at the Oscars (hopefully with a slightly happier ending, given what we know about their characters in that film). Reality Steve (opens in new tab) came up with a few show details: Chris Harrison will host (obv), there might be rose ceremonies or voting, it runs from April to May, the contestants live in a mansion (not THE mansion) in L.A., they go on Bachelor-themed dates as well as performing music alone/as a duet, and the finale took place in Nashville, TN. Whichever couple wins gets the chance to record original music, make one or more music videos, and potentially go on tour—although that last part's probably in doubt given the coronavirus. And you can bet that a few of these contestants may show up on future Bachelor shows. So who's headed onstage looking for love, fame as a singer, and entry into the Bachelorverse? We'll keep the post updated as the show goes on. 

Katherine J. Igoe
Katherine J. Igoe

Katherine’s a Boston-based contributor at Marie Claire who covers fashion, culture, and lifestyle—from “Clueless” to Everlane to news about Lizzo. She’s been a freelancer for 11 years and has had roles with Cosmopolitan and Bustle, with bylines in Parents, Seventeen, and elsewhere. It’s “I go to dinner,” not “Her huge ego,” but she responds to both.