JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- ABC's reality dating show, "The Bachelor," is getting a little more interactive, all while helping you get rid of pesky guys/gals at the bar.
They've put out a hotline with the voices of host Chris Harrison and bachelor Sean Lowe telling a would-be caller that the person you just met isn't interested.
Picture it: a guy hitting on a lady at the bar. He asks for her number, but instead of giving out the real thing, she gives him this number.
"Hey thanks for calling," the recording says, "I'm Chris Harrison, host of The Bachelor, and I have some unfortunate news for you.'
You then hear a menu of options, each will lead you to a recording from Lowe helping talk you down from the ledge.
"Man this sucks," Lowe will tell you, soothing you.
If you'd like to give the number a call... (212) 432-7827. It's a long distance call, so don't go too wild.
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