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Casting Call - Canadian Idol 2

You may have missed your chance last time around, but now you've got another shot at becoming Canada's hottest, new superstar - just like Ryan Malcolm! Auditions for the second Canadian Idol start up on February 13, 2004 in Ottawa, making their way across the country. Are you ready to show Canada, and the world, what you've got?

Canadian Idol Auditions

There will be nine auditions in total across the country:
  • Ottawa, ON - Friday, Feb. 13, 2004
  • Halifax, NS - Monday, Feb. 23, 2004
  • St. John's, NL - Sunday, Feb. 29, 2004
  • Montreal, QC - Thursday, Mar. 4, 2004
  • Toronto, ON - Thursday, Mar. 11, 2004
  • Winnipeg, MB - Tuesday, Apr. 6, 2004
  • Regina, SK - Wednesday, Apr. 14, 2004
  • Edmonton, AB - Monday, Apr. 19, 2004
  • Vancouver, BC - Monday, Apr. 26, 2004

    Canadian Idol Auditions - The Basics

    Canadian Idol auditions are open to all Canadians ages 16-26. Application forms can be found on the official Canadian Idol Web site and can be handed in at your audition. Canadian Idol officials also recommend that you RSVP online for the city you intend on auditioning in. This way they will have a rough estimate as to how many peeps are going to be showing up. Whether you RSVP or not, the key is to be in line before 8 am. Everyone in line before this time will be seen, but if you arrive later, you are not guaranteed an audition spot. Contestants must have two songs prepared for their audition and will have to sing without music.

    Canadian Idol Auditions - Becoming a Star

    Approximately 100 peeps will advance to the next stage of Canadian Idol auditions in Toronto - so be prepared for some pretty fierce competition. The judges are looking for undiscovered talent, so if you've already scored a contract doing something entertainment-related (modeling, acting, etc.) you aren't eligible to audition for Canadian Idol. Otherwise, get out there and become the next big star!

    For more information and copies of Canadian Idol release forms, head to the official Canadian Idol Web site!

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