You Can Burn Your Taste Buds Off Auditioning For 'Hot Ones' In Atlanta Right Now
Tons of A-list celebrities are hopping on the spicy challenge bandwagon, most notably the game show Hot Ones. Getting to know celebrities while watching them suffer and sweat is a wildly hilarious form of entertainment. Now, you can walk a mile in their shoes because you can be part of Hot Ones season 11 lineup if you live in ATL.
Hot Ones, a YouTube show hosted by Sean Evans, has blessed us all with hilarious episodes featuring huge stars like Kristen Bell, Shia LaBeouf, DaBaby, Billie Eilish and pretty much anyone else relevant you can think of.
Some contestants are spice fiends and can totally handle the heat, but others literally freak out while munching on the increasingly scorching wings.
Now, the show is no longer exclusively seeking celebrities and regular folk can apply right now to be the next star of the show. Lucky for ATLiens, this casting application notes that you must live in or around the Atlanta area to be considered.
Qualifications are pretty simple. If you are a fan of the show, respond dramatically to extra spicy food, are super competitive, completely own trivia night and want to win $25,000, then you're the perfect candidate.
If you're up for the challenge, make sure to stay ahead of all the celeb gossip because you're going to face some tough pop culture questions.
Hopefully the trivia will be a sufficient distraction as you basically burn your tongue to a crisp. According to the application, it's totally okay to cry.
The wing sauce always starts off with a reasonable amount of scoville units (around 2,000) but once you continue to level-up, it can get pretty unbearable. The final level challenges you to endure sauce with over 2,000,000 scoville units.
You can only hope and pray that the gradual heat helps prepare your poor taste buds. Just remember: mind over matter. For $25,000, almost anything is possible.
This is the perfect opportunity to challenge yourself and get your fifteen minutes of fame, so sign up to sit in the "hot seat" before it's too late.