VH1 wants 25- to 35-year-old “girls who [like] the “bad boys” for Rock of Love

Although no one knows for sure which ’90s-era rock star will be leading VH1′s new Flavor of Love-style show Rock of Love (speculation is that it’s Poison’s Bret Michaels), the network is currently searching for women to compete for that anonymous rock star’s love.

Casting announcements posted on Minneapolis and Austin Craigslist sites explain exactly what producers are looking for. Essentially, they want 20 women age 25 to 35 who love “bad boys.”

Here’s the casting notice:

VH1 and the producers of THE SURREAL LIFE and FLAVOR OF LOVE bring you the hottest relationship show ever…

Are you one of those girls who likes the “bad boys”? Do guys in bands drive you wild? Do you like to party like a ROCKSTAR? If you answer yes, THIS SHOW IS FOR YOU!!! …

Twenty girls will live in a mansion in the Hollywood Hills and compete for the love of one of the 90′s HOTTEST ROCKERS. We are unable to announce who this single rocker is at this time, but…He is the real deal. A famous, sexy, bad boy rocker. He was the lead singer of a famous 90′s rock band and he still tours today.

If you are ready to party like a ROCKSTAR and FALL IN LOVE with one too, then email your photo, contact info and a short bio to:

[email protected]

Requirments:
Female
Age: 23 -35
Single
Ready to have some fun!

VH1 IS CASTING HOT GIRLS FOR HOT NEW SHOW!!! [Craigslist]

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