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Casting Call - Switched

Casting Call - Switched - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Weve got another cool casting call for teens aged 14-18. ABC Family is looking for American teenagers to auditon for their new reality TV show, Switched.

Ever wonder what it would be like to live in another person's place for a few days? Think you could hack someone else's family, friends, school and everyday routine? You have the chance to find out with ABC Family's latest reality TV show.

Switched takes two ordinary American teens and makes them switch lives for four days. Each episode will follow the pair leave their own homes and arrive at their new ones. Viewers will watch as they eat breakfast with their new families, attend extra curricular activities and socialize with new friends. At the end, the Switched pair will meet up and exchange feedback about their experiences. Sound like fun?

If you wanna get on this cool new show and are between the ages of 14-18, you're going to have to fill out an application and send in your resume package to the casting directors. Remember though - ABC wants kidz who have cool and interesting extra curricular activities. No one wants to watch a show where the lead character comes home and plunks themselves down in front of the tube for hours.

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Age: 14

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    Who Would You Switch With?

    • A famous singer so I could start my singing career.
    • My best friend - her/his mom's a way better cook.
    • A movie star so I could live in Hollywood.
    • A pro athelete so I could score a sponsorship.

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    drowning posted in Style:
      "imtcutiie" wrote: DONT DO IT JUST PLEASE #### #### #### ......... CHANGING EYE COLOR  JUST WRONG   Changing eye color isn't wrong. :^) But, you can't simply change it with "spells" or videos. To change your eye color, you will need to either wear contacts during the day to appear that you have different colored eyes than you truly have, or medically having a doctor perform surgical iris correction.
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    drowning posted in Family Issues:
    I hope you texted back if you felt that it would be the right thing to do for yourself. I did not have a good childhood due to my birthmother and father. But, in recent time, I have come to enjoy talking to my birthfather and completely cannot stand my birthmother or her new husband anymore. I plan to actually meet him for the first time in 16 years if I can join my fiancé's family vacation.  Point of the matter, do what you feel is right. If you want to talk to him; talk to him. If you don't, don't reply if you don't feel comfortable too. It is purely your choice who you allow in your life, even when it comes down to blood and family.
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    drowning posted in Family Issues:
    It isn't pathetic in the slightest to seek help. I don't think it is right for your mother and siblings to completely disown you over your choice of living arrangements. If they have pushed you away, remember that it is not your fault and it is purely theirs. You made a choice that you felt would benefit you, and judging from their behavior, it was a good choice. As for your father, I don't fight with my own very much, but when I do it tends to be pretty bad. My mother on the other hand, I fight with constantly so I understand where you're coming from. You shouldn't have to do anything. From the sound of it, it seems more like a personal issue going on with himself, especially a sense of shame or regret with his previous exes so he uses you as an outlet because you're the closest thing he has.  I say find an outlet, a healthy one. Sometimes it is best to let them ramble on until they wear themselves out, but remember that self-defense and "talking back" is not always a bad thing just because they are your guardian. It is important to take a stand for yourself. Be respectful, don't sink to their level.
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    drowning posted in Family Issues:
    I think it is very important to find a healthy outlet and someone to talk to whether it's a doctor, friend, family member, ect. You can even find a journal to write in, if it will help you. I promise you, it isn't worth it to let families opinions and views affect you. I let the same thing happen to me and I still struggle over things that I wish I didn't.
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    drowning posted in Friends:
    Personally, given your age, the idea of a crush is a bit cute, but you're a little young for anything serious. I would recommend waiting until you truly know what you're doing. (And, believe me, you may not see it now, but you will when you're older.) But, if you really do want to find out, you need to remember that boys and girls both feel things. Boys aren't aliens, they aren't emotionless, and they aren't always just  dumbieheads.  You'll find it funny later on in life from how nervous you had gotten over a crush So honestly, just be straight forward. If you need a topic starter to bring it up, joke about old rumors that used to spread about you both.
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