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The most shocking secrets of the Bachelor Australia are revealed

Participating in The Bachelor may seem like a fairytale, but producers and former contestants say otherwise.

Multiple sources have told Daily Mail Australia that Channel 10’s dating show is not half as glamorous as it is on TV.

An insider said this year’s season was “ f ** king punish ” for the Warner Bros. production team. because the cast wasn’t quite right.

It's not easy! Participating in The Bachelor may seem like a fairytale, but producers and former contestants say otherwise. Pictured: Locklan 'Locky' Gilbert

It’s not easy! Participating in The Bachelor may seem like a fairytale, but producers and former contestants say otherwise. Pictured: Locklan ‘Locky’ Gilbert

‘Most girls couldn’t stand producers,’ said the source.

They just wanted to be on the show to get famous. Some were hungry for fame, some had dreams of becoming actors, and others were there for influence. ‘

Producers have apparently worked overtime to convince Locky Gilbert to keep the few amusing and engaging women in the mansion for as long as possible.

The 'reality' of reality TV: Multiple sources claim that Channel 10's dating show is not half as glamorous as it is on television. Pictured: A Bachelor Rose Ceremony

The 'reality' of reality TV: Multiple sources claim that Channel 10's dating show is not half as glamorous as it is on television. Pictured: A Bachelor Rose Ceremony

The ‘reality’ of reality TV: Multiple sources claim that Channel 10’s dating show is not half as glamorous as it is on television. Pictured: A Bachelor Rose Ceremony

They counted on Areeba Emmanuel to be the main villain, but after she was sent home, they tried to nurse Juliette Herrera to replace her.

“They wanted Juliette to be the new villain, but she was too nice! Instead of being bossy, she became the one to be pushed around, ‘the insider said.

Another source claimed that many of the producers ‘started hating their jobs’ after hearing rumors that Locky already knew contestant Bella Varelis before the show.

The crew apparently believed this was making the match unfair – although Locky has denied having any pre-existing relationship with Bella.

Don't boot the villains! Producers apparently worked overtime to convince Locky Gilbert to keep the few entertaining and engaging women in the mansion for as long as possible

Don't boot the villains! Producers apparently worked overtime to convince Locky Gilbert to keep the few entertaining and engaging women in the mansion for as long as possible

Don’t boot the villains! Producers apparently worked overtime to convince Locky Gilbert to keep the few entertaining and engaging women in the mansion for as long as possible

Producers ‘check everything’

Nadine Kodsi, who was eliminated from the first rose ceremony, previously told Daily Mail Australia that the show was ‘rigged’ and that Locky was just a ‘puppet’ controlled by the producers.

She also claimed he had received instructions through an earpiece; However, this is not uncommon for reality shows such as The Bachelor.

Many participants are recruited through social media instead of applying

Daily Mail Australia understands that online applications are only part of the casting process, and that social media and street casting are also widely used.

Rigged? Another source claimed that many of the producers 'started hating their jobs' after hearing rumors that Locky already knew contestant Bella Varelis (left) before the show

Rigged? Another source claimed that many of the producers 'started hating their jobs' after hearing rumors that Locky already knew contestant Bella Varelis (left) before the show

Rigged? Another source claimed that many of the producers ‘started hating their jobs’ after hearing rumors that Locky already knew contestant Bella Varelis (left) before the show

Participants will be ‘discovered’ in restaurants, nightclubs and bars, with Sydney’s Coogee Pavilion considered a hotspot for talent scouts.

The women are usually approached by casting producers before agreeing to have a coffee. Only later do the formal auditions and background checks begin.

Others simply get a message via social media, with contestant Kristina Abramoff saying, ‘I was approached by Instagram DM to come to the audition.’

Different Methods: Daily Mail Australia understands that online applications are only part of the casting process, and that social media and street casting are also widely used. Kristina Abramoff was 'approached by Instagram DM to come to the audition'

Different Methods: Daily Mail Australia understands that online applications are only part of the casting process, and that social media and street casting are also widely used. Kristina Abramoff was 'approached by Instagram DM to come to the audition'

Different Methods: Daily Mail Australia understands that online applications are only part of the casting process, and that social media and street casting are also widely used. Kristina Abramoff was ‘approached by Instagram DM to come to the audition’

Hectic movie schedules

The first cocktail party is filmed over several evenings for up to 12 hours.

Some women get drunk out of boredom and find themselves saying things they regret in front of the camera.

One attendee, reportedly Zoe-Clare McDonald, passed out before the rose ceremony was filmed.

Long hours: The first cocktail party is filmed over several nights for up to 12 hours at a time

Long hours: The first cocktail party is filmed over several nights for up to 12 hours at a time

Long hours: The first cocktail party is filmed over several nights for up to 12 hours at a time

Secret hiding places in the mansion

Carlin Sterritt, who appeared on The Bachelorette’s season last year, recently said there were a few places in the mansion that were hidden from cameras.

“There’s the orchard, the secret place where you can go for conversations and all… Angie and I kissed [there] at so many cocktail parties, ”he said. “But they clearly didn’t show it.”

He claimed Locky would probably do the same.

If you’re wondering, yes, Locky is chatting with a lot of girls at the cocktail parties. It’s happening. 100 percent, ”he said.

Hiding Places: Carlin Sterritt, who appeared on The Bachelorette's season last year, recently said there were a few places in the mansion that were hidden from cameras

Hiding Places: Carlin Sterritt, who appeared on The Bachelorette's season last year, recently said there were a few places in the mansion that were hidden from cameras

Hiding Places: Carlin Sterritt, who appeared on The Bachelorette’s season last year, recently said there were a few places in the mansion that were hidden from cameras

Ban on social media

Participants on The Bachelor are not allowed to use Instagram, Facebook or Twitter until they have been sent home.

Their social media activity is then carefully monitored by Channel 10 and Warner Bros. until their elimination is televised.

If the women share unapproved content, they face potential legal ramifications.

Banned: Participants in The Bachelor are not allowed to use Instagram, Facebook or Twitter until they are sent home

Banned: Participants in The Bachelor are not allowed to use Instagram, Facebook or Twitter until they are sent home

Banned: Participants in The Bachelor are not allowed to use Instagram, Facebook or Twitter until they are sent home

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