Sorry, gentlemen. Your dreams of a true love and TV stardom won't come true in the Holy City this time around.
In early December, a talent scout said they were looking for eligible men to take part in an open casting call for an upcoming season of ABC's The Bachelorette.
That talent scout has since claimed there was a mistake, and retracted the information. A social media post referencing the casting call has been deleted.
ABC network officials confirmed Wednesday there is not an open casting call happening in Charleston for The Bachelorette.
The talent scout who originally posted the social media flyer claimed to be looking for 15 men between 25 and 30 "at least 5' 11" to take part in the hit ABC series, which has aired for 14 seasons.
The most recent season of The Bachelorette concluded in August 2018. A premiere date for the next season has not yet been released.
The Bachelorette is an offshoot of The Bachelor, which premieres its 23rd season Jan. 7 on ABC.
Network officials said Wednesday it has not been decided if there will be a casting call in Charleston for the 24th season of The Bachelor, which will premiere in 2020.