How to Be On the Oxygen Network Bad Girls Series

by eHow Contributor ; Updated September 22, 2017

The Oxygen Network's reality series "The Bad Girls Club" brings together seven young women with attitude to live in a mansion together. They all claim they want to change, but can they? The show is high on drama and entertainment value. Do you think you've got what it takes to flaunt your stuff on TV's ultimate bad girl series? There are several ways through which you can apply to be on the series.

Attend an open casting event. When the series' producers get ready for a new season, they often schedule open auditions across the nation. To find out when and where casting will take place, go to the show's homepage on the Oxygen Network website. A link is provided in the Resources section.

Submit an online application on website for the production company, Bunim/Murray Productions. A link is provided in the Resources section. Click on the "The Bad Girls Club Casting" and fill in all fields. Applicants must state why they think they would be a good cast member on the show and submit a photo.

Send an email to bgcasting@bunim-murray.com with two recent photos, your name, address and telephone number. For the subject line, type "[the city/state where you live]-BGC." In the body of the email, write a brief description of why you think you would make a good cast member for the series. Producers will select people to interview for the series, then make the final selection for cast members based on the interviews.

Tip

  • Only applicants at least 21 years of age will be considered.

    Be sure to follow all guidelines for applying; otherwise, you application may be tossed without being looked at.

    Thousands of "bad girls" will apply for the series, so make sure that your email or video is interesting, sassy, spirited and plays up your dramatic side. But be sure to keep it honest, as thorough background checks will be run by Bunim/Murray if the producers decide to pursue you for "The Bad Girls Club."

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