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Big Brother to Hold Season 16 Casting Call in Phoenix April 19

Dear people who lack modesty, aspire to be famous, and have no problem living in isolation with a house full of strangers on national television, CBS' Big Brother is looking for you. The long-running reality series, which is holding casting calls across the country for its upcoming 16th season, is coming to Phoenix on Saturday, April 19, and we've got all the details to get you ready for your close-up.

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The open casting call for season 16 of Big Brother will be held from noon to 3 p.m. at Lucky Strike and Gypsy Bar.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens and at least 21 years of age. If chosen, contestants must be able to spend up to four months in the Big Brother house. Move-in dates are tentatively set between June 13 and July 1, 2014 with filming potentially continuing until early September.

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Those who make it past the initial rounds of casting will be notified by May 16 and expected to attend casting finals in Los Angeles on May 16 and possibly through May 23. In other words, you might want to tell your boss now.

For more information on the upcoming casting call, visit the Big Brother casting website.

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