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Finally: Male Models Come On Down For 'The Price Is Right' Audition

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Photo by KCAL9/CBS2's Suzanne Marques
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The search for the first-ever male model on "The Price Is Right" commenced today.

The competition will be put up on YouTube next month, and the public will get a chance to pick the winner from the top six models from today's open casting call. The winner will be on the show for a mere week (or perhaps longer if the audience approves).

KCAL's Suzanne Marques tweeted a few shots of the male models vying for a chance to wave a hand at a brand new car or a trip to some far-off locale, like four decades of women on the show.

Previously:
'The Price Is Right' to Cast Its First-Ever Male Beauty