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    Casting and Auditions For Reality TV Shows in 2014

     

    Is trading in your everyday life and 9-5 job for the fame and excitement of being a reality TV show contestant tempting to you? Can you imagine the fame and the glory of being a star on TV?

     

    First things first, you need to decide which show is best suited to your personality and where you would be a good fit.

     

    If you’re looking to get married perhaps you want to audition for the Bachelorette. If you’re physically fit and love a challenge you may be more interested in a show like Survivor. On the other hand, if you’re not physically fit and wish to be, you could audition for a show such as The Biggest Loser.

     

    There’s hundreds of reality TV shows across dozens of networks that cover infinite subjects. Once you’ve done your research and chosen the reality TV show that best fits your life and personality, you’ve got to come up with an unforgettable audition that will knock their socks off and guarantee you a slot on the show.

     

     

    If you are chosen from your audition to star in a reality TV show keep in mind your fame and time in the spotlight isn’t necessarily just during your tenure on the show. There are many reality TV stars that cashed in on their ten minutes of fame and turned it into a fortune.

     

    For example, the former The Real Housewives of New York star, Bethenny Frankel has turned her Skinny Girl Margarita into an empire. The cast of Jersey Shore turned out a clothing line, books and more with their brand. The newest cast member of The Young and the Restless, Eva Marcille Pigford, got her start on America’s Next Top Model.

     

    There are countless ways to make your mark on the world after a successful (or even unsuccessful) run on a reality show from writing books to starting your own line of products. The key is to shine in your audition so that you’re cast on the show of your choice and make an unforgettable appearance that the world either loves or loves to hate. America, and perhaps the rest of the world, will continue to follow you long after the show is over if you’ve left a big enough impression.

     

    Project Reality Wants to Help You Get on Reality TV!

    Visit the Project Reality website for a chance to be featured in their books and get spotted by TV companies.

     

    Project Reality offers a lot of really great advice for anyone wishing to be a reality TV star from how to find your brand and market it to tips and tricks for auditions. In addition to helping you find many different shows and helping you with the audition, they offer workshops and ideas on how to turn your time on a reality TV show into an entrepreneurship.

     

    In 2014, getting cast on a reality TV show isn’t just about your ten minutes of fame. You can build a lifetime of revenue and market products to for a lifetime to come. Do your research, check out the website and videos in this article, and you could be the next millionaire with your dynasty built on nothing more than being yourself

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