BRAVO BEGINS NATIONWIDE CONTESTANT SEARCH FOR NEW SERIES 'MAKE ME A SUPERMODEL'
Bravo Names Yahoo! To Drive Entries
NEW YORK � August 8, 2007 � Bravo is kicking off a nationwide casting effort for the network's newest competition reality series "Make Me A Supermodel." Based on the successful UK series, the beautiful and talented men and women selected will compete for a chance to launch their modeling career and win $100,000. Yahoo! will join Bravo to drive entries for casting "Make Me A Supermodel" via promotion featured throughout the Yahoo! Network. In addition, casting will be promoted on Bravo and www.BravoTV.com. Nationwide casting calls will be held this September in Dallas (Sept. 14 & 15), followed by stops in Chicago (Sept. 19 & 20), Miami (Sept. 24 & 25), New York City (Sept. 30 & Oct. 1), and Los Angeles (Oct. 6 & 8). For more information or to enter, Go to Yahoo! and Search for "Supermodel," or log-onto www.BravoTV.com/casting.
In a first for the network, Bravo viewers will vote to determine the outcome of "Make Me A Supermodel" each week. Over a 12-week period, these hopefuls will live together in a New York City loft and explore friendships, romance and naked ambition while undergoing a series of creative challenges designed to test their professional potential. This series will explore what it takes to turn the exceptionally good-looking into the king or queen of the catwalk.
"Make Me A Supermodel" is produced by Tiger Aspect Productions.
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