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Wanna Get Paid to Open a Suitcase Full of Money*?

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From our friends at Craigslist, and verified on the "Deal or No Deal" website, apparently the hit tv game show needs a few good women to replace some of the others who had, what, aged?

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NBC’s hit show, “Deal or No Deal” is currently looking for a few new models to join the current cast. If you’re a female over the age of 18 who has the personality and looks to join this hit show we want to meet you!

Please come to our open casting and meet with the Model Casting Director. Be camera ready this is your opportunity to be put on camera and get your chance to be one of the “Deal or No Deal” models. Dress the part, your picture will be taken.

6/27 - West Hollywood
11 AM – 3 PM
Republic, 650 North La Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

We've never really heard of people being "camera ready" before, but perhaps we're green to the modeling biz. However, we think the best benefit of getting this job isn't to get close enough to Howie Mandel that you could rub his head, but you get on one of the
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goofiest Wikipedia pages ever.*suitcase not really full of money, photo via NBC