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Big Brother Canada Is Casting Canadians With Strong Opinions For Season 10 Of The Show

You'll have to 'endure' 75 days in the house for a shot at 100k!

Big Brother Canada Is Casting Canadians With Strong Opinions For Season 10

If you think you've got what it takes to outlast several other Canadians in a game of wits, guile and constant supervision, now's your chance to prove it.

Big Brother Canada is casting for season 10 of the iconic show, and there's another $100,000 prize up for grabs at the end of it. Applications for the show are open now and close on November 19, 2021.

The producers of the show are looking for Canadians who are 19 years old or older and in "excellent physical and mental health," with strong opinions, big personalities and a willingness to share their most private thoughts in a 24/7 live-streamed house with several other strangers.

"This group of individuals, while meeting the technical requirements of the program, must also have sufficient physical, psychological, and mental capacity to endure approximately 75 days in a monitored house under extraordinary conditions," the casting website reads.

Interested applicants should film themselves talking about why they want to be on the show and what they'd be like as a houseguest. The show is set to start filming in February 2022, and the winner will take home the grand prize of $100,000, as well as and bragging rights.

If you think you've got a shot at winning, you can apply here.

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