Unemployment may be skyrocketing, but there is one place that’s still hiring: Reality TV shows. This week, for example, the casting call is being put out by VHI1 and Sean P. Diddy Combs for the hip-hop star’s newest reality TV show, “I Want To Work For Diddy 2.” The catch: contests are competing for a spot as Diddy’s personal assistant.
Qualified applicants must be at least 21 years of age by June 2009 and possess a “whatever it takes” attitude. Not surprising for the reality TV genre, the ad specifically states that, “characters are welcome.” Do you fit the bill? Here’s where you go to fill out the online application and to check for open call locations.
For weekly announcements about reality TV casting calls, check out Reality TV Magazine. If you really want to land the gig, be sure to read this helpful advice from casting directors.