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Casting Call - Endurance 3

Shows like Survivor and Fear Factor put ordinary people to the test and make them do some tough stunts to win the big prize. Now, with some help from the peeps at Discovery Kids, you could have the chance to show the world what you're made of. Right now, Discovery is looking for kids aged 12-15 to sign up for their show, Endurance 3!

Discovery Kids Endurance 3 - The Show

Alright - so if you've been looking for a way to prove to all your peeps just how strong and powerful you really are, then grab that video camera and start putting together your audition tape for Endurance 3. The show teams up teens, then pits the teams against one another to find the ultimate Endurance champions. The pair that collects all of their pyramid pieces (won in a similar fashion as Girl or Boy Scout patches), the fastest wins a trip of a lifetime. In Endurance's first season the lucky, winning pair got to head to the Amazon!

Discovery Kids Endurance 3 - The Audition Tape

In order to apply for Endurance 3, you'll need to put together a five-minute audition tape with these three components: show them who you are, tell them why you should be on the show and most importantly, be creative. If you're stuck for ideas, Discovery Kids has some sample audition tapes for you to check out from peeps who were chosen to be contestants on the first two seasons. to take a look!

Discover Kids Endurance 3 - Casting Call 411

So once your tape is thrown together, here's what you gotta do; Download and fill out an application form from the Discovery Kids site. Send both your tape and application form to the peeps at Endurance 3 before April 12, 2004 and wait to see if you're one of the lucky kids chosen to be on the show.

  • For more information on becoming the next Endurance champion head to www.kids.discovery.com.
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