The business developer will get busy behind the production of a new reality show where the bride is not the one in charge of the wedding.
Matt Grant from "The Bachelor" fame is coming back to television through a new reality show titled "Pimp My Bride". The contestant of "Bachelor" season 12 confirmed to Us Magazine on Saturday, January 23 that the new show is "an organic follow-up to the Bachelor."
For one thing, the show is a project that the British financier wrote himself after his stint as bachelor ended in 2008. "It's about the groom being in control of the wedding," he said, indicating that he won't be in front of the camera. The show is picked up by Warner Bros but there is no network or premiere date yet.
Additionally, Grant is proposed to join the all-star version of "The Bachelor" called "The Bachelor Pad" which will put all the previous contestants under one roof. "They've asked me to possibly do this Bachelor Pad show," he said. "It's like Big Brother Bachelor with all the Bachelors in a house. I've thought about doing it because I'm obviously not famous anymore and it would give me fifteen minutes of fame!"
At the "Bachelor" final, Matt Grant chose 22-year-old Shayne Lamas to receive the last rose. He proposed to her right after but broke the engagement few months later.