In keeping with the franchise's past casting choices, all nine of the women allegedly heading into the Bachelor mansion are slim, with long hair and beautiful features.
The women named in the Daily Mail exclusive are: Jessica Tomlinson, Naomi Johnston, Jessica Navin, Krystal Thomas, Ella Thiele, Tash Candyce, Marjorie Griffiths, Eboni Burling and Lauren Whybird.
Seven appear to be white women, though their specific backgrounds are unclear, and all of the women have since switched their social media to private.
While fans only have a few photos to go off so far, they've already voiced their disappointment over the "bland" alleged cast.
"Seriously, that's the best they could do?" one commented on social media. "It's literally the same women every year."
Others begged the franchise to consider casting people who don't fit the typical mould of women in their 20s or 30s with perfect bodies and a social media following.
"Show us a fabulous outback country woman, or a single mum of two, or a mid 40's female. Give us a mixed bag of lollies. This formula is bl--dy boring," one said.
Some even accused the supposed contestants of only going on the show "for fame", one penning: "You mean the next batch of wannabe influencers?"
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Ten has yet to officially announce any of The Bachelors 2022 contestants, but fans were hoping for a more diverse take on the show following Brooke Blurton's landmark 2021 season of The Bachelorette.
There was an outpouring of disappointment after the franchise followed up that season, which featured the show's first Indigenous and queer lead, with three white men.
“Would it kill them to have some more diversity that’s actually representative of Australia instead of casting not one, not two, but THREE white males in the series?” journalise Isha Bassi tweeted in May.
“I just don’t get why we’ve got three Bachelors, if the structure is completely different, if there are no fairy lights and if there are no candles this isn’t The Bachelor," Abbie Chatfield added in a radio segment.