How To Apply For 'Bachelor Live' National Tour With Ben Higgins, Becca Kufrin and Local Suitor

If you've ever wanted to appear on The Bachelor, now is your chance. National opportunities to find love will begin in February through the show's The Bachelor Live on Stage. The touring show will visit 66 cities throughout America, all with a unique cast of local men and women hoping to find love.

The tour will be hosted by former bachelor and bachelorette Ben Higgins and Becca Kufrin. Each stop will include a preselected local bachelor, as well as a handful of local women. Through games, dates and rose ceremonies, all live onstage, the bachelor will choose a woman by the end of the night.

Unlike the traditional Bachelor franchise shows, audience members will have an active role in the production. Instead of making comments or questions on Twitter, viewers can interact with the bachelor and his contestants during the show.

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"The Bachelor Live on Stage" will come to over 60 cities in 2020. Bachelor Live on Stage

If viewers want to take their love of the franchise to new highs, applications for the live shows are open now on the Bachelor Live website. The application, which includes a list of detailed questions, asks applicants if they've ever used dating apps and asks them to identify their childhood crush. Other questions dive into personal passions, hobbies, career choices and if the applicant is a fan and constant viewer of The Bachelor.

The application also gets into what each applicant wants in a partner. The form seems to follow the process in the Bachelor show, which features a Q&A-type reveal about each contestant at the start of each season.

For those who just want to watch, tickets are available through the venue's website. A list of all dates, location and venues can be found here. Ticket prices vary based on the venue.

By the time Bachelor Live kicks off in Mesa, Arizona, on February 13, Peter Weber's season on the TV show will be underway. The airline pilot will fly around the world with his women starting January 6 on ABC.

Weber's Bachelor season has been controversial since he was first announced. Many fans were upset at ABC's decision to make him the bachelor after it was revealed Mike Johnson was also in the running. Both men were on Hannah Brown's season of The Bachelorette. If he had been selected, Johnson would have been the first black bachelor.

Filming for Weber's season of The Bachelor ended last week, according to Bachelor spoiler site Reality Steve. There is no word on if Weber ended up engaged or is still flying solo.