Alright so Tyrese is at it once again, making a bit of history and this time in a major televised way. Get this - Tyrese is co producing his own Asian American reality show. Digg it? I sure do, and one reason for digging this baby is that it hasn’t been done before at all when it comes to Asian Americans. I’m into the try a new thing out when it comes to entertainment because everything tends to ring the same in the present.
Anyway, here is the deal, the show is supposed to be Jersey Shore Like, and apparently casting is going on now for the ages of 18 - 30. The Craigslist posting reads as follows:
Looking for interesting, attractive, colorful Asian-Americans to cast in a reality show similar to JERSEY SHORE, REAL WORLD, THE HILLS, etc.. We need attractive Asian-Americans with lively, strong, and unique personalities between the ages of 18 to 30 with equally interesting life stories and perspectives to share, especially individuals who know about and/or experienced the Koreatown life. If you are not Asian but are obsessed with Asian culture or people in some way, email us and please explain.
Please email us headshots/photos and a cover letter briefly describing yourself and why you should be included in this show. Be sure to include basic contact info such as name, age, phone #, email, and any other bits of interesting information that will make you stand out. Please feel free to include information and pictures on any of your friends that you think will also be a good candidate for this reality show.
We will begin casting and filming on-camera interviews in LOS ANGELES or HOLLYWOOD, CA this month so please send in your info ASAP!
Email us at asianrealityshow (at) yahoo.com.
- Location: Los Angeles/Hollywood
- Principals only. Recruiters, please don’t contact this job poster.
- Please, no phone calls about this job!
- Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.
A man of many talents…I’m starting to really feel like people are sleeping on Tyrese. Wake it up. He’s always onto something, filling in gaps in the world of entertainment.