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While we've made television appearances here and there during our careers, we've never had the desire to be a part of a reality show cast. (Of course,
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While we've made television appearances here and there during our careers, we've never had the desire to be a part of a reality show cast. (Of course,

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While we've made television appearances here and there during our careers, we've never had the desire to be a part of a reality show cast. (Of course, watching and critiquing is a whole different story.) But we also live in America and are fully cognizant of the fact that we may be in the minority on this one. Just this afternoon we got a release about casting for the pilot of a new fashion game show to air on a "major cable network." Of course, we're all thinking Bravo. The production company is the same one behind the movie Party Monster, The Last 48 Hours of Kurt Cobain on the BBC, and such guilty pleasure television like RuPaul's Drag Race, Showbiz Moms & Dads, and Million Dollar Listing.

We have very few details and there's not even a name yet but here's a taste of what they're looking for: "Are your accessories the envy of everyone you know? Do people stop you on the street and ask you where you got your outfit? We’re searching for the most fashionable women in the Southern California area from all walks of life. If you are the best dressed in your office or the fashionista of your church pew we want you." If you're interested and between the ages of 20 and 40, email two candid shots of yourself to Beth Schacter at bschacter@worldofwonder.net. We would love for some of you to check it out just to get more info on the whole situation for us! It sounds like it could be extremely hilarious.