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Lane performed two or three original songs and a medley of boy band hits before a producer officially told the crowd the show being filmed was "The Bachelor.""Nick did a lot of looking into the crowd at people he probably knew there," she said.
Attendees were told to show up at the Pabst Theater the afternoon of the concert."We had to change everything about what we were going to do. We were flying by the seat of our pants, booking random hotel rooms and setting up dates on the fly."That could explain why the dates were a bit more real-life than the previous week's Backstreet Boys appearance, zero-gravity airplane ride and training session with Olympians."Bachelor" Nick Viall, who grew up in Waukesha and attended University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, took his dates strolling around downtown Waukesha, roller skating at Skateland in Waukesha (and later at the Milwaukee Art Museum), to a country music concert at the Pabst Theater and to a dairy farm in Omro.The digs the 15 remaining women stayed in did not disappoint, though.After the crew spent another two hours perfecting the scene and two camera angles, Viall and his date sat down for about an hour together around 8 p.m."It was interesting watching how much detail they put into filming a one- or two-hour episode," which included just a few minutes of the Iron Horse date, Montey said."They were very particular about where lights and chairs and lamps are and even where forks are on the table."Laura Strackbein, co-owner of The Rochester Deli and Periwinkle's Bakery in Waukesha, said the production crew had been eating at her deli all week when they were approached about appearing on the show.Attorney General Brad Schimel has said the effort to combat human trafficking is one of the toughest challenges facing Wisconsin.
When Hurricane Matthew veered toward South Carolina in early October, the producers and cast of ABC's "The Bachelor" headed for Wisconsin."Our first trip was supposed to be to Kiawah Island in South Carolina," host Chris Harrison told Yahoo TV.
Clifford Norris said he got a booking request from the show for his seven-bedroom, six-bathroom Cedar Grove house two days before the crew headed to Wisconsin.
Seated on Lake Michigan about 45 miles north of Milwaukee, the 6,000-square-foot, $1,042-a-night vacation home has lake views, a beach, a large deck and a trampoline.
Laufer opted to get paid, about $1,200 for the reservation and rental equipment and concessions for everyone in attendance.
Viall and his date, Raven, borrowed in-line skates for the next part of the date, which included blading around inside the Milwaukee Art Museum.
The sponsors of both bills noted that Milwaukee is known as a hotbed of sex trafficking."Milwaukee has become a huge hub for human trafficking, and these victims are then sent across the rest of the state and other parts of the country," Kleefisch and Stuck wrote.