Meet the first Greek ‘bachelor’ as the popular television series premieres in Greece


Have the dreamy Greek eyes grabbed your attention yet? Panagiotis Vasilakos will steal the hearts of Greek women as he prepares to become the first ever Greek contestant on the popular reality television series ‘The Bachelor Greece’.

Running on American and Australian television for over 18 years, racking up multiple seasons each year with ‘Bachelorette’ and ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ spinoffs, the series is one of televisions most watched programmes.

20 women will attempt to win the love and attention of Vasilakos as they attempt to charm him with their personality and looks. By the end, only one will steal the Greek mans heart.

“Every week at the Rose Ceremony, I will give a flower to as many women as I want to keep. Those who do not get a rose leaves ‘The Bachelor’.”

The 30-year-old Panagiotis is originally from Mani and has been playing football since he was a student.

Panagiotis Vasilakos also has featured on the exclusive catwalks. He collaborated with the Italian La Perla, while the Italian company Versace also asked for his exclusive collaboration.

The Bachelor Greece will begin airing in September on Alpha.




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