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The Bachelor insider on what happens in rose ceremonies

The Bachelor is known for its carefully-edited scenes and strategic casting choices. 

And now, details have emerged of the extreme tactics used by producers to create drama during the show's iconic rose ceremony scenes. 

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, a Bachelor insider revealed that cocktail parties often drag on into the early hours of the morning.

'They last for hours, sometimes wrapping up as late as 5am': Details have emerged of the extreme tactics used by Bachelor producers to create drama during the show's iconic rose ceremony scenes

'They last for hours, sometimes wrapping up as late as 5am': Details have emerged of the extreme tactics used by Bachelor producers to create drama during the show's iconic rose ceremony scenes

'They last for hours, sometimes wrapping up as late as 5am. Despite this, the girls would be required to get up for hair and makeup at 9am the following morning,' they revealed. 

'The rose ceremony room is hot and dry. While filming this season, one of the girls' contact lenses kept drying out because she was standing there for so long.' 

'Sometimes hair and makeup would run late for cocktail parties, so some girls were sent into the cocktail party without being fed and plied with alcohol,' the spy added. 

'The rose ceremony room is hot and dry': The insider revealed one of the girls' contact lenses kept drying out during rose ceremonies 

'The rose ceremony room is hot and dry': The insider revealed one of the girls' contact lenses kept drying out during rose ceremonies 

'They weren't allowed to go into the kitchen to get a quick bite before the rose ceremony in case they missed anything during a cocktail party,' they explained. 

On several occasions some contestants even passed out during the

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