Film and TV

Biggest Loser casting call: Producers don't want any of you to die waiting

An open casting call for Biggest Loser takes place on Saturday at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, and a large crowd is expected -- and no, that's not an inappropriate joke. Although the casting directors who'll be on hand -- stars like Jillian Michaels won't be present -- hope to see at least the first five-hundred contestants who turn up, there are no guarantees.

But don't try to arrive too early in order to improve your chances.

The casting call release requests, "Please do not line up more than 3 hours before the open call start time" -- presumably because some potential candidates may be in ill health, and waiting longer could make everyone a loser.

Get the rest of the details below:

OPEN CASTING CALL!

DENVER!

SATURDAY, JULY 17th 2010

10AM TO 6PM

COME MEET THE CASTING DIRECTORS!!

BRING A PARTNER!

1STBANK Center 11450 Broomfield Ln Broomfield, CO 80021

The Biggest Loser is back and searching for teams of two or individuals (if you do not have a teammate)

Do you have 100lbs+ to lose? If so, apply today and take the first step towards a healthy lifestyle and compete for a chance to win $250,000!

We are searching for people JUST LIKE YOU...so WHY NOT YOU?!

PARENT/CHILD -- SIBLINGS -- MARRIED COUPLES -- TEAMMATES -- INDIVIDUALS

Please do not line up more than 3 hours before the open call start time.

BRING A NON-RETURNABLE PHOTO OF YOURSELF -- WE WILL SUPPLY THE APPLICATIONS

WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO SEE AT LEAST THE FIRST 500 PEOPLE IN LINE

MUST BE 18Yrs OLD BY 9/24/2010 TO APPLY

MORE CASTING INFO & HOW TO MAKE A VIDEO IF YOU CANNOT ATTEND THE CASTING CALL CAN BE FOUND AT:

www.thebiggestlosercasting.com

Follow the casting team on Twitter: @blcastingteam

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