Many kisses, drama, and many tears. This can only signify one thing: Another season of “The Bachelor” It is coming soon.
ABC is gearing up for its 27th season of “The Bachelor, and ahead of its 2023 premiere, the network has released the first promo for the dating show.
Zach Shallcross will be the star of Season 27, a contestant on the latest season. “The Bachelorette,” The episode starred Rachel Recchia as well as Gabby Windey, one of the most prominent women in television. Shallcross was a finalist with Recchia, and had a dramatic sendoff in his final storyline — and if the teaser into his own season is any indication, Shallcross’ own journey will be even more dramatic.
“Do I deserve this? I don’t know. But I’m pretty damn happy,” Shallcross’s first promotional. His smile soon changes, and he bursts into laughter.
“I feel like a failure. I feel like I let myself down, and I feel like I let the women down,” He says that at one point.
He also appears to be crying, and seems completely devastated by the possibility of one contestant leaving. “I don’t even know what happened. I saw something with her. I was not expecting that.”
It’s not just the leading man who appears to be on an emotional journey. The women vying for Shallcross’ heart also break down in tears in the juicy footage. “We all want Zack, so the claws are going to come out,” One participant says.
Shallcross can be seen traveling the world and sailing with his women suitors. Dates include international travel, horse-drawn carriage rides, helicopter rides, hot air balloon rides, skydiving, and snorkeling. He is seen in the promo making out at the beach, in the jacuzzi and under the fireworks.
Former “Bachelor” star Sean Lowe makes appearance in the new trailer — and surprisingly, so does Bachelor Nation alum Victoria Fuller. And in another surprise turn of events, Tahzjuan Hawkins — who appeared on Season 23 of “The Bachelor” Seasons 6 and 7 “Bachelor In Paradise” — is featured in the promo for Shallcross’ season. “Tahzjuan is here to steal my man,” One contestant blurts it out. One woman adds, “We don’t need another girl here!”
Season 2 of “The Bachelor” Premieres January 23, 2023
Check out the Promo for Season 2 of “The Bachelor” above.