Many people are interested in participating in dating show auditions and this category offers the largest listing of casting calls for that highly sought after opportunity on the internet.
Each game began with one main contestant, the "Picker", being escorted onto the set blindfolded in front of the 50 potential dates in the "Dating Pool" while the announcer described him/her.The Picker was then led to a seat facing away from the Dating Pool and further divided from the potential dates by a wall.These shows all had the same premise: to meet the “love of your life” (or at least someone cute you could make out with).But they all went about it in different ways, and each show was more ridiculous than the next.While auditioning, the first tip to remember is to always be yourself. This next suggestion isn’t so much a tip as it is a trait that would be beneficial to you for reality television. Anything that makes you more unique and shocking to the audience will definitely help your cause.
Lastly, be one of these three things: conflict-oriented, funny, or attractive.
If the Picker was satisfied with the answer or performance, he or she would "keep" the contestant, advancing them to the final round; if the Picker was not satisfied, he or she would "dump" the contestant, eliminating him or her from further play.
"Dumped" contestants were not shown to the Picker as in the first round, but were instead marked with some sort of prop, such as a toilet seat around the neck, a bag with a sad face on it on the male player's head, or a pageant sash labeled "Dumped".
This contestant automatically advanced to the semifinals.
For episodes taped outside, the "Golden Ticket" was replaced with a Golden Lifesaver, with the same rules.
I felt all these things while simultaneously wondering what in the world I was doing with my time. Who didn’t hate-watch at least one of these insane dating shows?