Warner Brothers is casting for a same-sex dating reality show

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Warner Brothers has issued a casting call for lesbians and bisexual women to participate in a “Bachelor”-style dating show.

Former “Married At First Sight” contestant Cheryl Maitland shared a copy of an email she got from a casting producer “on the hunt for lesbian or bisexual females to take part in a unique match-making experience.” Maitland posted the email to her Instagram story.

“Sign me up!” she wrote with the post. The Daily Mail says she was likely joking since she’s in a longtime relationship already.

Three former “Bachelor” contestants have come out as bisexual after leaving the show. Two of them,┬áMegan Marx and Tiffany Scanlon, had a brief relationship.

The show will air in Australia.

Former Married At First Sight contestant Cheryl Maitland leaked a copy of an email looking for a new same-sex dating show contestants Instagram/Cheryl Matiland

Former Married At First Sight contestant Cheryl Maitland leaked a copy of an email looking for a new same-sex dating show contestants

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