WWE Looking For Next Big Female Star In New Reality TV Series
WWE's New Reality Series Looking For "High-Potential Women"
The WWE has teamed up with Bunim-Murray Productions to cast their next female star in a new reality television series.
The company behind Total Divas, and Keeping Up With The Kardashians is currently seeking “high-potential women” for the new reality series.
Casting has begun, which requires women by eligible to work legally in the United States, be in excellent mental and physical condition, and be at least 21 years of age by March 2019.
Women who meet those credentials can begin the casting process, which includes interview questions, as well and photo and video submissions.
If you wish to apply, you can fill out the casting form here.
If you are athletic, charismatic, outgoing, and wildly entertaining, then you might be perfect for a new television series that chronicles WWE’s Search for the Next Female Superstar.
WWE and Bunim-Murray Productions, Producers of Total Divas and Keeping Up With The Kardashians, are currently casting high-potential women for this new show.
To apply, please click the button below. Must be 21 by March 2019 to apply.
WWE previously casted female talent with their “Diva Search” competitions from 2003-2007. In 2013, the company hosted a non-televised search which featured Eva Marie, Alexa Bliss, Lana, JoJo, Devin Taylor, and Veronica Lane.
The WWE had plans to bring a new competition in 2015, titled “WWE Superstar Search” hosted by Trish Stratus and Lita. Those plans did not pan out.