'The Bachelorette' takes Manhattan?
By MAXINE SHEN
Last Updated: 4:21 AM, April 2, 2010
'The Bachelorette" premiere is months away, but details are already leaking out about the dating show's 19th season.
Ali Fedotowsky -- who shocked the "Bachelor" cast when she quit the show midway through last season -- has been all around town this week shooting scenes.
Eagle-eyed fans reported that she and her hopeful husbands-to-be were filmed on a group date at the American Museum of Natural History on Monday. She was also spotted in Central Park and at "The Lion King" on Broadway.
Over the weekend, Fedotowsky and her bachelors were seen shooting promos for the upcoming season at 75 Wall Street. "Nobody can talk about it," said a building employee, but a series production assistant confirmed to animalnewyork.com that they were, in fact, filming at the luxury building on Sunday afternoon.
Normally taped in California, this isn't the first time that the franchise has done location shoots in New York. Parts of "Bachelorette" Jen Schefft and "Bachelor" Charlie O'Connell's seasons also featured the Big Apple as a backdrop for their dates.