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'The Bachelor' season premiere party Monday at Bailey's in Dallas

Posted 1:16pm on Monday, Jan. 03, 2011

Most anyone who follows TV or pop culture is familiar with Brad Womack -- the Austin-based nightclub owner and star of the reality show The Bachelor -- after the 2007 season finale when he walked away without choosing any of the ladies as his perfect match. His decision made him an instant villain and one of the most hated men in the subculture of reality television.

Beginning tonight (Monday) at 7 p.m. on ABC, Womack is back with 30 women vying for his affection. According to ABC, Womack has undergone "intensive therapy" since his becoming fodder for the tabloids and is ready for his second quest for love. Among the contestants are two women with DFW ties, Jill Ruskowski and Lindsay Hill. Both are University of North Texas grads. Jill is 28 and lives in McKinney, where she works at El Dorado Country Club. Lindsay is 25 and is a former first grade teacher in Frisco.

In honor of the show's 15th season premiere, there is a "Bachelor Premiere Party" Monday night from 6:30-10pm at Bailey's Prime Plus Dallas at The Shops at Park Lane, which is directly across 75 from North Park Center. Blogger Reality Steve and Tanner Pope from season five of The Bachelorette will be on hand. There will be half-priced specialty cocktails such as Bailey's Cosmotini, the Coco Chanel, Cucumber Martini, Bailey's Mojito and Passion Star Martini as well as domestic beers and well drinks.  And since every hot girl I know loves this silly show, you know it is going to be a great scene, especially for a Monday night in DFW!

For more information, call 214-750-8100.

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BAILEY'S PRIME PLUS 8160 PARK LANE SUITE 130 DALLAS TX

'The Bachelor' airs at 7 p.m. Monday on ABC.

 

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