Whether you're looking for love or fame, The Bachelor franchise continues to call to singles year after year. While it seems like everyone who steps out of a limo gets a million Instagram followers and brand collab deals after the show, there are a lot of things contestants have to consider before agreeing to go on dates on national television. These facts about the set of The Bachelor might make you think twice about accepting any roses in the near future.
It doesn't matter if you're a hater or a longtime member of Bachelor Nation: Everyone knows being on the show comes with some serious perks. Not only is there a chance you'll find the love of your life, but with overnight fame, you'll also be in a much better position to chase your dreams and have your future endeavors flourish. That said, the road to getting cast is a long, strange one that might not be for everyone.
From dating someone who might not actually know your name to being around producers who convince you to kiss your co-star to agreeing to be secretly recorded, being on the show is a big commitment. Here are a few things to consider before trading your 9-5 in for some heels and social media attention: