That’s not accurate. They view auditions on a rolling basis and conduct phone interviews throughout the application period. Given their planned in-person audition schedule starts one day after applications close (despite being announced pre-COVID phase two), the logic stands true.They wont view them until auditions close.
In the Ten days they were sent around the country on a 4-6 week tour hosting at clubs and pubs. Pretty decent appearance fees there in addition to whatever opportunities Harry M Miller pulled together (they were all signed to his talent agency as a part of their contract).i feel like former bb housemates are better off now than they were in the old days. now there's social media and instagram influencing opportunities etc. it seems far easier to capitalize off of now. back in the old days, there were zoo weekly mag shoots and that was about it.
At least the online auditions are good camera practise...I wonder how auditions will go if melbourne potentially goes to stage 4 lockdowns. Would they skip Victoria or do it online?
would work in my favour less competition
It looks like so much fun! I've always loved BB and its a huge plus that there's no more "uncut" or endless footage of housemates in the shower/lounging around the pool. I watch for the characters/personalities, clashes, laughs and drama. Also loving all the challenges this year.For the people who are applying, what's your motivation? I'm curious!
If I were even eligible, I'd be much more inclined now than when I was in the previous eras. You handed over so much of your life story to the public in the old eras which is a nauseating concept for me. It's going to be much easier for the Seven batch to disappear into obscurity if they want to.
i can't remember, did they do this nightclub tour in the nine days too? i remember tully 2013 saying in an interview she got paid anywhere between $1k-$10k for an ig sponcon post, but she also has 200k+ followersIn the Ten days they were sent around the country on a 4-6 week tour hosting at clubs and pubs. Pretty decent appearance fees there in addition to whatever opportunities Harry M Miller pulled together (they were all signed to his talent agency as a part of their contract).