Bad girls of Dallas: There's a TV show out there for you and now is your time! This show isn't what you think it is. This show is called Bad Girls Club and...what? Why are you rolling your eyes? OK, so yeah, this TV show is basically seven girls living under one roof and it just so happens that they're not really your run-of-the-mill Sunday School-going girls.
In the words of Megan Sleeper, a casting director from Bunim/Murray Productions (which also is behind Keeping Up With The Kardashians... Is behind a bad word to use there?), the show is looking for more of the "strong, opinionated girl, who lives life by their own rules and doesn't let others dictate how they should act or live."
Casting directors will be here from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday at The Quarter Bar to sit across about eight to 10 women at one round table and get to know them. Remember: It's important to be your natural spoiled, bad girl-self at all times.
"Most importantly, you just kind of want to be yourself, obviously," Sleeper says. "It's very easy as a casting director to tell if someone is putting on a show. We're looking for someone who is kind of spunky and just kind of who they are, they couldn't be anything else."
But this season (Bad Girls Club is in its 14th season, please hold your applause) is a little different. Sleeper says there's a chance a life coach will come on to help guide the girls in a new and better direction.
Bad Girls Club is getting all Oprah and Dr. Phil in your face. So also remember to play up your problems card if you want to get cast.
"We're looking for girls who recognize there's some issues in their life that they'd like to fix," Sleeper says, "whether it's their career, relationships with family, significant others, or friends. Maybe they realize there's something getting in the way of them living their life the successful way they want to live it."
Bad Girls Club is not that. Bad Girls Club will not get in the way of your life. Bad Girls Clubs will make you a success. Go to the casting call if you know what's good for you.
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