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Star Date Means Your Chance To Date A Celebrity Is Finally Here.
Great news! If you’ve dreamed about dating a celebrity your entire life and maybe even part of your gestation, then you’re in luck.
And if you’re 21+, single, confident, charismatic, beautiful and bold, you’re in double luck. What’s that you say? You’re all of those things AND in the San Diego area.
Well call yourself the new Mrs. Quaid, because you could be cast on the new show, Star Date. They’re currently looking for people who can prove that they have what it takes to date a star.
What does it take to appear on a reality show to compete for your chance to date a star?
I’m guessing any of the following:
- Contacts at an A-list rehabilitation facility
- An ability to look surprised during planned paparazzi photo shoots
- 10 or more children (only applicable if the show is on TLC, if not, then totally disregard)
- A name that easily works itself into a combo nickname like Brangelina
- Mental illness that comes and goes throughout the show, but peaks during sweeps week
- A sordid past
- Willingness to pose while doing menial tasks for Us Weekly’s wonderfully endearing “Stars are Just Like Us” gallery
- Strong interest in selling your soul to the devil
- Easy access to facial fillers
- The belief that Notting Hill could happen to anyone, at any time
- No censor when it comes to your Twitter
- No password when it comes to your MobileMe account
If you’re reading this and nodding your head while muttering, “yes, yes, YES” aloud to yourself, then sign up today! All information is on the casting flyer below. A year from now you could be dating a real live star.*
*Keep in mind that Star Date is likely using the word star loosely. Like the way Dancing With The Stars uses it. Not like the real way. So just keep that in mind when you get set up with Chris Kirpatrick from *Nsync or Carl Winslow from Family Matters.
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