Where is “The Bachelor” heading following their time in the Greater Los Angeles area? The ABC show, which is starring Nick Viall this season, is probably somewhere around episode 4 or 5 in production, and this is where things tend to get a tad more serious — other than all of the fighting between the contestants — and the producers stick everyone on a plane going somewhere else. Odds are, it will be a “perfect place to fall in love.” Last season on “The Bachelorette,” we went somewhere in Pennsylvania we’d honestly never heard of until JoJo Fletcher and company turned up there.
This time around, the show may be doing things slightly out of turn. In a post on Twitter (see below), “Fix” singer Chris Lane made it clear that there is a taping for an upcoming episode of an “ABC TV show” coming in Milwaukee on Thursday, October 6. There are a couple of obvious things to point out here — and by “obvious,” we of course mean that we probably don’t have to point them out at all to diehard members of Bachelor Nation.
1. Lane is a country singer, and “The Bachelor” shows through its history that they love to bring in country singers who are giving a “random” concert right at the end of a one-on-one date.
2. Milwaukee is Nick’s hometown, which means that if the show is going there, they are doing this a tad earlier than they have visited other Bachelor hometowns as of late. With Ben Higgins and Chris Soules, they did not make this move to Warsaw, Indiana or Arlington, Iowa until relatively close to the end of the season.
The one other piece of information we’ll hand down right now is that at one point earlier this season, Nick will be bringing at least one woman to a beach city for a date. We don’t want to give too much away, but we saw filming notices on our last visit there.
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