CMT Holds Casting Calls For 'Made'; Hazel Smith Featured On 'Nashville's New Country'
February 17, 2011 at 10:46 AM (PT)
CMT is hosting casting calls for a new show called “Made,” inspired by the same EMMY-winning MTV series of the same name. “Made” has helped hundreds of teens transform their lives by pursuing their dreams to be “made” into the person they’d like to become, such as homecoming queen, basketball star, snowboarder and more.
The initial casting calls will take place FEBRUARY 23rd in GAINESVILLE, GA, FEBRUARY 24th in GRIFFIN, GA and FEBRUARY 26th in ATLANTA. Additional casting calls will be announced soon in TEXAS and OHIO.
For more about CMT’s “Made,” click here.
Concurrently, CMT personality and host of “Southern Fried Flicks,” HAZEL SMITH, will make her debut on the new weekly syndicated show, “NASHVILLE’s New Country,” to bring her weekly perspective to a new segment called “What’s Cooking In NASHVILLE.”
“NASHVILLE’s New Country” features up-and-coming stars out of NASHVILLE, like ASHTON SHEPHERD, CHRIS YOUNG, SARAH DARLING and more. This week hosts CHUCK and STEVE talk to COLUMBIA NASHVILLE’s JOSH THOMPSON and will also feature new music from The DIRT DRIFTERS, SARAH DARLING, CARTER’S CHORD, CHUCK WICKS and more.
For more info, check out www.nashvillesnewcountry.com.