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Updated Jul 12, 2012 - 7:42 pm

'The Bachelor' holds casting auditions in Phoenix

Casting producers from the reality dating program "The Bachelor" were in Phoenix Thursday in search of women who could possibly land a slot on the show.

Dozens of ladies turned out to the Royal Palms Resort and Spa ready to wow producers.

"I have a lot of love to give and I've always been a very dedicated and loyal girlfriend in every relationship that I've been in. I love to have fun and travel. I'm easy-going. With the right guy, and with that kind of experience, we'd have a great time together," said one of the hopefuls, who was not permitted to identify herself.

Women auditioning for the show are not allowed to give their names to the media, as they can be disqualified from the show.

Anyone interested in auditioning for the show can fill out an online application at thebachelor.warnerbros.com.

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