Bachelor rejects are headed to Channel Seven’s new dating show The Proposal

Rejected contestants from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are lucky enough to get a second chance at love on the spin-off series Bachelor In Paradise.

And now stars from the franchise could get yet another shot at romance on Channel Seven’s upcoming reality series The Proposal. 

Daily Mail Australia can reveal that the production company Warner Bros, who also produce The Bachelor franchise, have sent out generic casting emails to former reality TV applicants and talent to find a fresh cast of singles for The Proposal.

We're back! Channel Seven's upcoming dating show The Proposal has reached out to former Bachelor contestants about potentially appearing 

We're back! Channel Seven's upcoming dating show The Proposal has reached out to former Bachelor contestants about potentially appearing 

We’re back! Channel Seven’s upcoming dating show The Proposal has reached out to former Bachelor contestants about potentially appearing 

One of those emails awkwardly went to Laura Byrne, who won Matty J’s heart on season four of The Bachelor and is still dating him to this day.

‘We were sitting home and Laura got an email from Warner Bros,’ Matty explained to Daily Mail Australia on Friday. 

‘They must have done a generic email out to people who had been involved in previous seasons.’

'We were sitting home and Laura got an email from Warner Bros!' The production company has sent out casting emails to former contestants, including Laura Byrne (R) 

'We were sitting home and Laura got an email from Warner Bros!' The production company has sent out casting emails to former contestants, including Laura Byrne (R) 

‘We were sitting home and Laura got an email from Warner Bros!’ The production company has sent out casting emails to former contestants, including Laura Byrne (R) 

Warner Bros also produce First Dates, so there’s a chance some former First Dates stars could make their way onto The Proposal as well.  

The Proposal has been described as ‘The Bachelor on steroids,’ with contestants expected to get engaged in just one day. 

The format sees ten singles competing to win a marriage proposal from a mystery suitor, whose identity is hidden until the very end.

Give us another chance! Could Bachelor rejects Rachael Gouvignon (L) and Zilda Williams (R) return to TV for another shot at reality TV romance?

Give us another chance! Could Bachelor rejects Rachael Gouvignon (L) and Zilda Williams (R) return to TV for another shot at reality TV romance?

Give us another chance! Could Bachelor rejects Rachael Gouvignon (L) and Zilda Williams (R) return to TV for another shot at reality TV romance?

Each episode follows the eligible singles as compete in pageant-style rounds until they’re whittled down to a final two. 

The identity of the mystery suitor is then revealed, and the final two have to pitch themselves to try and secure a marriage proposal.

Applications are currently open to the public, with filming set to start next year. 

Before then, season two of Bachelor In Paradise will hit screens early next year.

No love lost! Season two of Bachelor In Paradise, starring Cass Wood (pictured), will hit screens early next year

No love lost! Season two of Bachelor In Paradise, starring Cass Wood (pictured), will hit screens early next year

No love lost! Season two of Bachelor In Paradise, starring Cass Wood (pictured), will hit screens early next year

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