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Channel 10 excludes four famous former Bachelor stars

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Can you spot what’s wrong with this photo? Channel 10 excludes FOUR famous ex-Bachelors as casting begins for next year’s season

Channel 10 is currently searching for Australia’s next Bachelor.

On Wednesday, franchise host Osher Günsberg shared a promotional image featuring former Bachelors and encouraged people to apply.

While most of the suitors from 2013 to 2020 were featured in the photo, four were notably missing.

Oops! A Channel 10 promotional image encouraging people to apply for the next season of The Bachelor was missing four former stars of the franchise

Oops! A Channel 10 promotional image encouraging people to apply for the next season of The Bachelor was missing four former stars of the franchise

Season four’s Richie Strahan was noticeably absent, as was season two’s Blake Garvey.

Also missing were Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins and Matt Agnew.

Tim Robards, Matty Johnson, Sam Wood, and this season’s leading man Locky Gilbert were all featured.

It’s unclear why Richie, Nick, Matt, and Blake were left out, but it could be because their relationships from the show didn’t last.

Remember me? Season two star Blake Garvey was noticeably left out of the photo. Pictured with Sam Frost, the winner he dumped shortly after their season finale in 2014

Remember me? Season two star Blake Garvey was noticeably left out of the photo. Pictured with Sam Frost, the winner he dumped shortly after their season finale in 2014

Richie split from his winner Alex Nation in 2017, while Blake Garvey broke up with Sam Frost shortly after their season finale in 2014.

Nick memorably didn’t choose anybody at the end of his season, while Matt and Chelsie McLeod split last year.

Blake later found love with second runner-up Louise Pillidge, but the pair called it quits 18 months later.

Flashback: Season four's Richie Strahan (pictured) was also left out of the photo

Flashback: Season four’s Richie Strahan (pictured) was also left out of the photo

‘Are you looking for love? Think you’re Australia’s next Bachelor?’ Osher wrote in the caption.

‘@warnerbroscastingau has opened their applications for the 2021 Bachelor. Head to my stories now & swipe up to apply,’ he added.

While The Bachelor is still airing, fans won’t have to wait long for more content as The Bachelorette is set to premiere soon.

There’s also whispers of a new season of Bachelor in Paradise, but that won’t air until next year.

The Bachelor continues Thursday at 7:30pm on Channel 10

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