Sugar DVD (the online adult DVD rental service that has built a reputation as sort of a Netflix for dirty movies), has teamed up with Playboy TV for a new contest, er, casting call, offering women (sorry, fellas) the chance to "play" with adult film star Jesse Jane on her "Night Calls" show on Playboy TV.
To enter, simply go to the Sugar DVD web site and click on the "Night Calls" icon in the left hand column of the homepage and fill out the form.
If you, um, fill out your form and you're among the chosen ones, you'll be flown to Los Angeles, where you will stay in a
luxury hotel and receive an undisclosed sum in "spending cash," all
courtesy of Sugar DVD. The site says that "you will
then be whisked away to the set of 'Night Calls,' where you'll appear on the
show, naked and able to play with Jesse Jane and friends!"
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and a legal resident of one of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia. Be prepared to upload three of your "best full frontal nude pictures" and explain in fifty words or less "what makes you stand out over all the other girls, and makes you deserving of being picked for the show."
The contest runs until June 24th.
Just for the record, we checked the "Official Rules" and we didn't see that the contest excludes men - would that even be legal? - but the contest page clearly asks if you are a "hot, young woman."
So we can only guess that they're not interested in any "Crying Game" surprises.
We did very much enjoy the way they chose to inform applicants that automated submissions would be disqualified. The rules stipulate that "each registration submission must be manually key stroked."
The rules also state that the "Sponsor reserves the right at its sole discretion to exclude any individual suspected of tampering with the entry process..."
"...or to be acting in any manner deemed by Sponsor to be in violation of the Official Rules; or to be acting in any manner deemed by Sponsor to be unsportsmanlike or disruptive, or with intent to annoy, abuse, threaten or harass any other person."
So apparently, they're looking for really hot young women willing to disrobe and act out their Sapphic fantasies on live television, but please don't misunderstand: they're not looking for bad girls.
If you have any more questions about the contest, it's probably best to visit Sugar DVD directly, as we're fresh out of innuendo and double entendres. (Nudge, nudge, wink, wink, say no more.)