You've probably noticed that there haven't been a whole lot of casting calls for people living outside of North America. Well, all you British readers are in luck because the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) has a whole bunch of shows that are looking for lots of different people. So no matter what your interests may be, there's a good chance the BBC has a show just for someone like you!
Casting Call - Dumb and Dumber
Of course, one of the most popular types of reality shows are those that feature ordinary people doing stupid things (along the lines of Fear Factor, for instance). Dick & Dom in Da Bungalow is one of the more popular Saturday morning shows in Britain, and the program is gearing up for a new season. They're basically looking for anybody that can do a stupid human trick, so if you've always been proud of your ability to sing Complicated backwards, step right up for your 15 minutes of fame!
Casting Call - Sing Your Heart Out
If you're a fan of American Idol but don't quite have the vocal cords to be the next Clay or Ruben, you might want to give a new show called Can't Sing Singers a try. They're looking for contestants from Liverpool, London, Birmingham and Cardiff that make William Hung sound like Christina Aguilera, so don't worry about it if all the neighborhood dogs come around whenever you start singing. Auditions start August 2004, and there'll be a live television broadcast of the finalists this December.
Casting Call - Let's Get Tough
Do you think you're tough? What about your family? If you answered yes to both, then you're probably an ideal candidate for Britain's Toughest Family. The show is looking for families that are willing to try different activities, from sky diving to swimming in ice-cold water. If one of your parents is afraid of spiders, this is definitely not the show for you! But if your idea of fun is spending an afternoon bungee jumping with your fam, then Britain's Toughest Family would love to hear from you.
If any of these shows sound interesting to you, head on over to the official BBC site, www.bbc.co.uk, for more information (you'll also find lots of other programs that are looking for people there, too)!
WHATEVER YOU DO, DON'T KILL YOUSELF! When you get past this you'll be glad.
Well, this is just my opinion, but I think you should first find someone, anyone, even if you don't trust them, if there're your parents talk to them about it. I bet a bunch of people have already told you this but there're right. Before you walk up to them, write down what you're going to say and then think of a few questions they might ask and write down the answers to them. Remember to tell them that it might take you a minute to think of an answer. Before you answer, think of the exact words you will say before you say anything, and think in your mind about it. Think about wether it is a lie or not before you say it. If it gets out of you mouth before you realize it is a lie, don't be afraid to say so and just say the truth. Also, just try to find something you like to do that will take your mind off everything. If you really can't think of anything, try just practicing saying your feelings to yourself, or a pillow or something.
Hope this helps!
i need help. i have really bad anxiety and im depressed all the time. i dont have anyone that im close to. its just hard for me to trust people im really bad at comveying my feelings id ask someone for help but as i said i dont really get close to anyone i almost never talk and when i do i say few words and act happy i also compulively lie so no one knows what im really feeling i cant express my feelings i dont have anyone that i trust and its really hard i thought about killing myself but im afraid to die so i never do anything since i cant ask anyone in real life im hoping that someone on here can help me i dont have any interests and im depressed and its almost impossible for me to tell people about it what do i do?
It's normal to feel jealousy, and it's not really too bad a thing unless you let it get to you and cause problems. I get jealous as hell but I try to avoid letting it affect the way I hold a conversation, for example.
My boyfriend and I have been dating for a week now (It's a week today ♥) and I've noticed how Jealous I get... I trust him, but I don't trust girls... Is that a bad thing?
He's my first actual boyfriend so I'm not use to this.
So there's this guy in my class and he sits next to me. Correction he HAS to sit next to me, So my classroom as a table with 2 desks connected to make a huge desk but separated holders things to put our stuff in. So this guy is really the class clown of the class and he can be a jerk when he wants to be but sometimes can be a really nice guy. He likes to talk to me and he "Occasionally" Touches my hand or arm in a friendly way.. I think :3 but anyways he teases me ... A LOT but he sometimes insults me but when he sees my face not cracking into a smile. he instantly says sorry or didnt mean it like that kind of way and i smile. So does he like me? Or he just being a regular guy?