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Monday, April 30, 2007

Casting for the Real World 20 will definitely be online; I Love New York 2 follows similar format

MTV and VH1 are owned by a similar parent company, Viacom. If you have been following the story about how MTV is trying to make the channel a more "interactive" experience for viewers, you'll remember that several people who have sent casting tapes for the 20th season have been contacted to have their tapes put online.

Last night, VH1 revealed their casting website for I Love New York 2. That website currently features different videos from different hopefuls hoping to compete for New York's attention in the upcoming brand new season. The website claims that the five most popular videos, selected through a series of three rounds, will be on the new upcoming season. In addition to that, the website allows you to upload your own video in order to be considered for the new season.

So, why is this important? Well, if you head on over to www.realworldcasting.com, you'll see an authorization log-in prompting you for your user name and password. Is this the website for Real World 20 casting? The short answer is yes.

Shortly before the I Love New York website went live, that website had an identical login screen that blocked viewers from the website's content. Check out the Google cache of the I Love New York website. While we tried to look up the ICANN database information for realworldcasting.com, we found that the domain has been registered throughout 2009, but the buyer had the private information locked. However, we find that paired with the I Love New York information, it's pretty conclusive that casting for Real World 20 will be online.

It is yet unclear if The Real World will follow the same process as I Love New York in that a portion of the cast will be selected exclusively by online viewers or if people will be able to upload their own audition tapes online. Only time will tell, but expect an announcement soon!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

new york will NEVER find a man...I'm going to have lots of fun watching her get dissed AGAIN.

Anonymous said...

anyone been able to log in to realworldcasting.com yet?

Anonymous said...

i think the show is fake cause why would she make a fool of herself the 2nd time around???? i think its all script cause there's no mo' flava flav.

Anonymous said...

this would be the 4th time she makes a fool of herself. she was on flavor of love twice, mow i love new york twice. get the hint bitch, no one wants you

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jguitar said...

I wonder if MTV is moving away from BMP if indeed they are taking over casting. Does anyone know if BMP are involved with Vegas Re-United?

Anonymous said...

I hope that the Real World isn't true with letting others on. Otherwise, my chances of going on are shot to hell.

*Sees that the computer pasted a word verification thing again*

Anonymous said...

Any douchebag can use WHOIS. lol.