Producers are looking for 25 women for the next season of The Bachelor, which will start taping in September. The women filled out applications and then answered a few questions on camera hoping for a chance to find love.
"I am a bridal consultant and I see every day girls falling in love. I am a part of it, I plan it, and I want that dream to come true for me as well," Kaytlan Schneider said.
"We like girls who are open. Come, tell us your feelings. Don't be guarded. We don't need that. Our show is about helping you find love and to do that, we need to get to know you," producer Ashley Lovett said.
A few men also showed up to Sunday's casting event hoping to be cast on a future Bachelor, or Bachelorette.
The seventh season of 'The Bachelorette' is airing on ABC30 right now. It airs at 8 p.m. Monday nights.