If you would like to be part of the Copycat – MTV Casting Call in 2016 please read the info below:
The reality TV singing game is about to get flipped and the channel that revolutionized bringing music to the globe is behind all of the fun. MTV’s one of a kind singing contest series Copycat will be starting production soon and submissions from aspiring singers looking to make their mark on the world’s biggest music based network are being accepted today.
Copycat is setting up to be MTV’s most exciting and ambitious music program yet and the producers and casting directors for this incredible new production are on the lookout for the most talented “sound-alike” singers. That’s right, sound-alike – if you can sing like the biggest pop music stars of today then MTV wants to hear it! Can you do a perfect rendition of Katy Perry’s ‘Roar’, Taylor Swift’s ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’, Bruno Mars ‘Gorilla’, Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’, or any of your favorite current artists? If so then you could be chosen to compete for fantastic cash and prizes on the next sure to be TV phenomenon. If you’ve got the chops (and the chops of your favorite artists) then you may just be MTV’s latest music discovery and well on your way to the opportunity of a lifetime.
Casting calls for Copycat will be starting very soon and sound-alike songbirds everywhere can submit themselves for consideration today by sending emails with your name, location, contact information, who you sound like and any vocal samples you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org. More casting details for this amazing new reality TV singing competition will be posted as they become available so keep checking back for more updates and leave a message below and tell us who you sound like and why you want to compete on MTV’s Copycat.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and now it may be the form of singing stardom. Apply today for your chance at a spot on Copycat.
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