So You Want To Star In A Reality Show...
With production costs low and contestants willing to go on shows for free, networks make a lot of money off of reality shows. It's become so popular, that D-list reality stars are now becoming more famous than trained veteran actors. Why is that? It's because of the unpredictable nature that many of these shows offer viewers. And a lot of the people who go on reality shows don't always think about the aftermath.
Though some people are more than happy with their lives after the show ends, others are left hurt. If you're thinking about applying for one of the many reality shows out there, these are a few questions that you might want to ask yourself before applying. To find out if you're ready to become America's Next Top Model or the Next 'Idol' or even a 'Survivor,' take this short quiz:
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