The Wazee Supper Club got a makeover last year, so it will be ready for its close-up at 6:30 p.m. Monday, when fifteen women will be there to audition for three spots on Denver's newest reality show, Mile High Social. This group of finalists has already been whittled down from more than fifty women who attended the show's first casting call at Ghost Plate & Tap on March 10. There, they talked about their goals, relationships and pet peeves on video during a brief getting-to-know-you session to determine the best candidates for the show's focus on Denver women making a difference. Continue reading for a sneak preview video of outtakes from the first round.
See also: - New Denver reality show Mile High Social looking for women making a difference - Want to be a reality TV star? Haunt Ghost Plate & Tap Sunday - New reality show Mile High Social tackles life, love and cow-tipping in its first video
For more information on the show's future, visit the extended post on Show & Tell.
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