MTV is holding a casting call in Orlando for Real World next week


Real World, a pioneering MTV reality show that is somehow still on television, will hold a casting call in Orlando next week.  

The casting call will be held on March 16 at the Cypress Room (12777 Gemini Blvd. North) on the campus of University of Central Florida from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

According to a statement, the show is looking for more than just sexy 20-somethings who can drink and argue. “Real World” thrives on having a diverse and dynamic cast. Our ideal candidate has a larger-than-life personality, a unique life story, an adventurous spirit and a personal magnetism that draws attention whenever they walk in the room. We are looking for open-minded and open-hearted people who can make us laugh and cry. We also love people who are at a turning point in their lives and have big decisions to make about their future." 

Hopeful applicants must be 21 years or older by June 16, and appear to be within the ages of 20 and 24. Also, be sure to provide a recent photo of yourself (that will not be returned) and a photo ID. 

For more details, and to apply online, check out their site here

The upcoming 31st season of Real World, called Real World: Go Big or Go Home, premieres March 17. 

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