WATCH: The Bachelorette is Now Casting for 2019!
"Tired of being single?"
"Swiping your way for the woman of your dreams just not working out?"
If that sounds like you, The Bachelorette could be the solution to your relationship woes.
At least that's what Osher Gunsberg told fans as he announced the official opening of auditions for the 2019 installment of the reality romance franchise.
The TV host invited single males between 23 and 40 to sign up for the series which is set to start filming in June.
First round auditions will take place towards the end of April and applications can be lodged here.
Previous winners of the Australian show include Taite Radley who stole the heart of Ali Oetjen on last year's season.
Journalist Georgia Love found her happily ever after with Lee Elliott in 2016 while Sophie Monk embarked on a short lived relationship with Stu Landry in 2017 before calling things quits soon after the show wrapped.