New farmers are in the starting blocks. 16 candidates want to find the love of life in Power Like Frau. One of them could break a record in the process.
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The new season of “Bauer sucht Frau” begins in the fall. The 16 candidates wishing to find their love happiness this year have already been introduced with the help of Inka Bause. In addition to horse owner Lara and Albauer Andreas, agricultural engineer Bjorn also yearns for a partner – one that makes many women’s hearts beat faster before the season starts.
Bjorn loves music and sports
The 32-year-old remains single. Despite the flowing hair and a set of six well-toned shades, Hessian hasn’t found the right one yet. “In the countryside, at some point, you know each other perfectly. Farming isn’t for everyone either,” he explains in an interview with RTL. About 50 horses and 10 ponies live on his farm
His second great passion besides farming is music. He is a guitarist in a cover band and also writes his own songs. Sports also play an important role in his life. “Cycling, running, playing football, and exercising should be four to five times a week.”
Bjorn is looking for a “cool sock.”
The 32-year-old has been single for three years. His future wife should be between 25 and 32 years old: “Anyway, cheerful, spontaneous, bold, open and intelligent for good conversations. Just great sock.”
Could farmer Bjorn break the record last year of young farmer Patrick with his call? The 24-year-old went on to date “Bauer sucht Frau” as the hottest bachelorette to date. It has received the most application letters in the sixteen seasons of the show in 2020. You can see 15 other candidates for the new release on our website. View images.
Bjorn has already won the hearts of some women. Comments are accumulating on Facebook and Instagram. For example, one user wrote, “It sounds too good to be true.” Another user asked, “How can such a beautiful man not have a wife?” You can also read “That nice laugh” in the comments. Another lady is sure: “The number of incoming messages will break all records.”