Hundreds show for Big Brother casting call

By Perry Russom

March 29, 2014 Updated Mar 30, 2014 at 11:54 AM EDT

Vestal, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Could you handle living your life on national television?

Hundreds of people drove to Vestal Saturday thinking they could for Big Brother Season 16.

"I love reality television, so I just think it looks like a great experience," said Kellie Bolles of Syracuse as she stood in line.

The show is looking for contestants for their latest season.

They will have to live through the relationships, fights and back stabbing in front of the county, but it's is more than a reality show. It's a game of manipulation to whittle your way to the grand prize.

The casting call was at Matthew's Planet Pre-Owned on the Vestal Parkway.

Jessica Walker drove three and a half hours for a shot from her home in Orchard Park, NY.

"I googled it up and got the information and said, 'Oh, it's only three and a half hours away' so I decided to come up and give it a try," Walker said.

Contestant hopefuls had a taped two-minute interview to persuade producers to put them on their show.

There are still a few more rounds before the contestants are selected.

If you didn't have a chance to audition in person, you can online by clicking here.

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