Calgary’s Raelee Fedyna Voted First Bachelorette for Season 2 of City’s The Bachelor Canada
- The 26-year-old gymnastics coach and art director will join an additional 24 bachelorettes on a quest for love when The Bachelor Canada premieres this fall on City –
TORONTO (March 3, 2014) The polls are closed and the results are in! Following a two-week digital campaign that brought in thousands of votes from across the country, City has found its first bachelorette for Season 2 of The Bachelor Canada. Receiving an outpouring of support from family, friends, and fans nationwide, Raelee, the 26-year-old gymnastics coach and art director from Calgary, will officially begin her journey for love when the romantic reality series premieres this fall on City.
“I want to give a huge thanks to whoever threw some votes my way. I couldn’t have done this without you,” said Raelee, Canada’s choice bachelorette. “This really has been an amazing experience so far and I can’t wait to see what comes next. Let’s hope the bachelor loves me as much as Canada does!”
A born adventurer, Raelee is vibrant, energetic, and athletic. She comes from a family of thrill seekers – they hiked to Everest base camp together last year – and her dream date would include something active, such as mountain climbing or an extreme sport. She’s had three serious relationships and is looking for “a best friend with passion.”
Never one to back down from a challenge, Raelee campaigned for Canada’s votes against two additional bachelorette hopefuls: Jennifer, a 25-year-old foreign exchange teller/cheerleader/model from Newmarket, ON and Linda, a 32-year-old mom/entrepreneur from Vancouver.
To learn even more fun facts about Raelee and to see a candid personal video, visit BachelorCanada.ca. Additional production and broadcast details, including the identities of the bachelor and remaining 24 bachelorettes, will be announced at a later date.
The Bachelor Canada is the Canadian version of the perennially successful The Bachelor franchise, currently in its 18th season on City and OMNI Television. This 10-episode, original reality series is produced by Good Human Productions Inc., with Claire Freeland and Sean De Vries serving as executive producers. Nataline Rodrigues is the Director of Original Programming, Rogers Media, and Hayden Mindell is Vice President of Telvision Programming & Content, Rogers Media.
Good Human Productions Inc. is a Vancouver-based entertainment company committed to delivering unmissable content in all genres on all platforms. Good Human is a partnership between award winning former broadcast executive Claire Freeland and director-producer Sean De Vries. Sean and Claire have developed and supervised the production of over 1,000 hours of prime-time original programming in the comedy, drama, reality, factual and lifestyle genres. Good Human is currently entering production on the hit series The Bachelor Canada (City). For more information, visit goodhumanproductions.com.