‘Big Brother’ Holding Open Casting Call In LA April 2

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Are you outgoing, competitive and willing to have your life taped 24/7?

If the answer is yes, “Big Brother” is holding an open casting call in Los Angeles on Saturday, April 2 at Spot 5750, 5750 Hollywood Blvd., from 1 -4 p.m.

The casting call is open to anyone, 21-years-old and above.

For eligibility and applications, visit “Big Brother” online.

  • lala63

    Be on this show or even WATCH it for that matter …??? No thanks. I’d rather gouge my own eyes out with an ice pick and then go for a root canal. I can’t believe people really watch this stuff.

    • Jennie

      So funny, I used to think the same until i gave it a whirl a few season back, maybe 7 or 8. Competative, strategy, backstabbing,..it is real life captured in one house with minimal technological distractions. So sorry if you lose your eyes, but it is worth hanging in a few weeks..and it becomes super addictive!

  • simon

    Big Brother is the best reality show on right now.. the fact that you can see what goes on vehind the scenes makes it the most “real” of the reality shows.


    oooooohhhhhhhh yeeeeaaaaaamy life is worth watching…….i even wanna see it….

  • Ed Rooney

    That is some collection of losers that should show up- nuke the group and you’ll be doing the world a favor.

  • JPS

    Ed is angry..live a little people… I do not watch t.v. becasue a lot of things on t.v. are hidious sitcoms with no message or underlying sexual undertones. If any reality t.v. is on, this shows how you can really be fooled by friends who seem to be close, real life . We all have ahd this happen in our lives, but it wasn’t video taped and we had multi-media communication devices and literature to tinker in as a distraction not to face the reality that maybe the best allie you have in your corner would backstab you in a minute for a chunk of change!
    Happy watching..live life with no regrets..and if watching is a regret to you…don’t watch!

  • Infidel In The Temple

    Shows like “Big Brother” exploit, endanger, and commodify the contestants to pander to voyeurism. And how is it addictive? Turn on an episode, it’s always some variation of A whining to B about whether C can be trusted not to vote A out of the house. Sure, it gets amusing if you know that B has an alliance with D and E, but doesn’t even that get old after a while? People say it’s like watching a car crash; seems to me more like watching a bunch of kids play King of the Mountain.

    Yes, folks, your Infidel is still going strong.

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