Bad Girls Club Spin-Off Dating Show Love Games Now Casting Drama-Loving Dudes
If you think the women of Bad Girls Club are outrageous, out of control and utterly obnoxious, just imagine being a dude by their side. We'd speculate it involves taking turns as a punching bag, a bottomless bank account, and a sex slave (the last one might not be so bad).
The network's spin-off show, Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too, is casting tomorrow in Miami. And we got the inside scoop on what they're looking for. So drama-loving dudes, listen up.
"We're looking for guys who love chasing girls that keep them on their toes! Each season, producers look for guys who enjoy having a good time and aren't afraid or intimidated by our infamous bad girls," says Megan Sleeper, Director of Casting at Bunim/Murray Productions.
Basically, the show features former chicks fromBad Girls Club looking for love from a pool of eligible bachelors. While they haven't announced the final location for filming, they're doing casting calls in cities including Chicago, Boston, Dallas, Nashville, Philly, Burbank, New York, and of course, Miami.
The casting session will kick off at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Bolivar Restaurant and Lounge on the beach. And what exactly are they looking for?
"We ask the bachelors general questions about who they are, where they're from, what their ideal mate is like, what they do for fun, etc. We're looking for guys who can just be themselves at the casting call," Sleeper says.
If you're a fame-hungry bro looking for his big break, we suggest you stream an episode of Bad Girls' Club? Watch the whole thing. Maybe twice. Then ask yourself: Is this really worth it? If your answer is yes, go for it, 'cause it takes a special kind of crazy to link up with one of those chicks.
For those of you who are that kind of crazy, the casting call runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow at Bolivar Miami Beach. Auditions are open to 21+ only, and be sure to bring along a photo ID and recent picture.
But if you say, have a job, and can't make the casting call, no worries. They're accepting applications online, too. Visit their website for details.
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