Are you a fan of "Big Brother Canada"? Did you watch the Canadian reality show and think, "Man, I could totally do better than these people!"?
Well then, you're in luck.
Shaw Media and Insight Productions are wrapping up the national casting tour for Season 2 of "Big Brother Canada" in Toronto on Saturday, October 19, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. ET. You can come to the John Bassett Theatre in downtown Toronto to apply in-person (always a good idea when it comes to reality TV casting. Don't just rely on your internet application!). Season 1 Runner-up Gary Levy, as well as other contestants A.J. Burman, Liza Stinton and Kat Yee, will also be in attendance.
Premiering on Slice in winter 2014, "Big Brother Canada" Season 2 producers will hand-pick a diverse group of contestants to live in the "Big Brother Canada" house, which is outfitted with wall-to-wall with cameras and microphones to capture the contestants' every move. Each week the houseguests will compete in a series of challenges and vote each other out until one remains to claim the grand prize. Last season's finale was a doozy, and we expect nothing less this second time around.
"Big Brother Canada" is looking for people from all walks of life -- strategists, wallflowers, drama queens, nerds, dreamers and schemers alike are all encouraged to come out and audition. If you’re up for anything, don’t mind a little healthy competition and are 19 years or older by February 1, 2014, the producers want to meet you!
Auditions have already been held in Vancouver, Edmonton, Halifax, St. John's and Montreal. See the official "Big Brother Canada" application site for full rules and details.