During the course of the season, the bachelor eliminates candidates (see The elimination process), with the bachelor proposing marriage to his final selection.The participants travel to romantic and exotic locations for their adventures, and the conflicts in the series, both internal and external, stem from the elimination-style format of the show. In practice, the show does not always follow its designed structure, and those variations are often a source of drama and conflict.If I have learned nothing else about hair over the past several years, I have learned that applying chemicals to the hair will usually cause some sort of problems.Many hair experts have told me this repeatedly when I discuss chemical processing. For many, chemical perms applied to stick straight strands appear to offer the answer.The final third of the episodes within a season are filmed traveling the world.Episodes have been filmed throughout the United States, Canada, England, New Zealand, Vietnam, Thailand, and Korea to name just a few.franchise spinoffs, the 36-year-old entrepreneur tells Us Weekly he's done with reality TV.
As the show is designed, the series revolves around a single bachelor (deemed eligible) who starts with a pool of romantic interests (typically 25) from whom the bachelor is expected to select a wife.
The two most notable cases where the bachelor violated the premise of the show are Brad Womack, who selected neither of his final two women, and Jason Mesnick, who in the After the Final Rose episode broke off his engagement and several months later proposed (offscreen) to the first runner-up.
(The two are now married.) For the first two weeks of filming the contestants stay in "Villa De La Vina," a 7,590-square-foot (705 m), six-bedroom, nine-bath home in Agoura Hills, California.
They were married in a ceremony televised on ABC in December 2012, and now have two children, son Fordham Rhys and daughter Essex Reese.
BROKE UP in October 2012 after weathering a cheating scandal.