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Bravo is unleashing ‘Project Vegas,’ and odds are you are a candidate

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George Lopez and cast members of the TLC reality TV series “Sin City Rules” at Nove Italiano in the Palms on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012.
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Bravo is making its first attempt at developing a reality TV show in VegasVille and is pretty much asking any local resident with a pulse to apply.

“Project Vegas,” the working title of a heretofore mysterious reality TV series set in Las Vegas, is looking for the following (this information is from a flier trumpeting the series): “Showgirls, club promoters, moguls, models, restaurateurs, drag queens, professional gamblers, VIP service workers and everything in between.”

To apply, send two recent photos and contact information with a phone number ASAP to projectvegascasting@gmail.com.

No one, it seems, is off limits, and if you happen to be a mogul who models as a drag queen, Christmas might come early.

The flier also states, “We are scouting Vegas for the most beautiful, confident heartthrobs, heroes and villains to star in their own reality series. … It’s not only about you. We want your friends, family and frenemies, too!”

The show is not affiliated with “Sin City Rules,” formerly titled “Vegas High Rollers,” which premieres on TLC on Dec. 9.

The two projects reinforce the belief that, in Las Vegas, reality is quite the concept.

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