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Casting Call - Undiscovered Talent Search

Bummed that you haven't made it onto American Idol but still have dreams of becoming the next big pop star? Now you have a chance! Lions Gates films, in promotion of their new flick Undiscovered, wants to make one lucky winner's dreams come true. Find out what you need to do to enter!

Casting Call - Undiscovered to Hollywood Starlet

Lions Gate is about to release a new flick Undiscovered, starring Ashlee Simpson. The movie is about the struggle of making it big in the music industry, so Lions Gate wants to help out one real-life musician on their road to fame. By entering the contest, you get a chance to win a walk on role in an upcoming Lions Gate film, a round-trip to an LA movie premiere, a professional recording of your audition song and a $25,000 scholarship to music school!

Casting Call - How to Enter

All you have to do to enter is videotape yourself singing one of the four audition songs provided, send it in and wait for the peeps at Lions Gate to discover your natural born talent! Entry forms and samples of the four audition songs (all from the flick, Undiscovered) can be found at www.undiscoveredfilm.com.

Casting Call - How Do You Win?

The top ten finalists of the Undiscovered Talent Search will each receive their very own video camera and then their audition tapes will be voted on by the American public. If you win them over, you could be on your way to being the next big thing!
  • To enter the Undiscovered Talent Search, head to www.undiscoveredfilm.com.
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