Floridians, Jersey Shore producers want you for a new reality show
There comes a time in one's life when one must ask oneself certain important questions: Is it time to audition for a reality show? Do I have what it takes to live in a house with several oiled individuals and do shots until I forget there are boom mics overhead? Will it benefit my retirement fund to extract another woman's hair on camera while throwing a highball glass at the wall?
Now, it's Florida's turn for that kind of soul searching. Our resident strange Florida life expert Craig Pittman noticed today that producers behind Jersey Shore and Party Down South are sniffing for TV fodder around the Sunshine State. The show will so far be called Beach House.
"We are searching Florida statewide for the spiciest, hottest, wildest, sexiest, ripped bodies and beautiful faces to live together, love together and prove you’re from the hottest state on earth, brazen and bare for the world to envy," the casting website reads.
Why Floridians? Simple.
"They embody diversity and an international spirit of abandonment, which draws revelers to its shores for the freedom, music, clubs and the best beaches on earth making it a world party destination."
If you've been feeling like it's time to get back at McKenna because she went out to South Beach with Kyle when she was supposed to man the Smoothie Shack, and also things are still kind of weird with Blake, and she knows what she said about Tristan, here's the link to apply.
(Full disclosure: The author of this post once auditioned for The Real World in college. She did not advance past the line at Stump's Supper Club.)