Make your video exciting: Producers want to get to know you. Show them a bit of your world: your home.
Present your life as a movie trailer: You want producers to get excited about the trailer and want to watch the movie.
Answer your phone: TV producers are not going to text you. They’ll most likely call you, and sometimes.
Position yourself between the right people: If you’re queuing, try to position yourself between 'boring' people.
Wear the right clothes: The key is to wear something memorable, but not silly. You want the producers.
Don’t wear visible logos: This is a no-no. This is because logos will have to be blurred on TV. Basically.
Other fashion tips: According to casting director Sarah Monson, you should also avoid wearing “all black.
Always be ready, even in the waiting room: Producers will keep an eye on the waiting room, so it’s good.
It’s okay to be nervous: It’s natural to be nervous, and you should be open about it.
Use your weaknesses as an advantage: Everyone has flaws and imperfections, but they are not necessarily.
Be yourself: Sounds clichéd, but it’s what reality TV is all about. “Don't put on an act. Just be your genuine self.
Don’t lie: You might have done things in the past that you’re embarrassed about.
Don’t be fake: Don’t try to act stupid, silly, or behave in a manner in which you don’t usually behave.