Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll has been a big hit for The CW, and now that the Dolls have found their new member in Asia Nitollano, is that the end of the show? No! The Search for the Next Doll will be back for a second season to find yet another new member for the group.
The producers of Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll are now taking applications for the next season. Auditions will be held in May in Nashville, New York City, Houston, Miami, and Chicago, and in June in Los Angeles.
Guest said: ASIA IS SOOO UGLY AND SHE HAS SUCH A BIG LIP!!! I THOUGHT THAT MELISSA R OR CHELSEA WOULD WIN SINCE THEY W…
Guest said: I can’t wait for the new season because the first one was so good. But I do think Asia is a good singer and…
victoria said: i would watch the new season, but when will it be on tv?
Do you think you could be the Next Doll? Well, maybe you should apply! Fill out an application form on The CW’s website, and submit pictures of yourself. Also, applicants will have to send in a “creative” audition video with a two-minute singing and dancing routine, plus one minute telling about yourself and “demonstrating your personality” to the producers.
The application form includes the question: “What would irritate you about living with seven (7) other people in a house?” Does that mean next season will have eight girls to start? The eligibility requirements say that participants need to be available from June to August 2007, so the show will presumably be filming then for a September season premiere. We’ll keep you tuned in to the latest news on the second season of The Search for the Next Doll, so keep checking back here at BuddyTV.
So, Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin wants to add yet another member to the group? Is seven not enough? Or will one of them be leaving? What do you think? Will you be tuning in to another season of Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll? Comment below to share your opinions!
-Mel Harris, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Sources: The CW
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