‘The Price is Right’ is Looking for Male Models

The Price is Right Male Model Casting Call

Yes, that’s a serious headline. CBS announced that for the first time in the show’s history The Price is Right will be conducting nationwide casting calls for a male model who’ll join the show for a week-long stint. The long-running game show held male model casting calls in Southern California in 2012 and because that worked out so well, this year’s search will go nationwide.

The casting calls will take place in Dallas, Boston, LA and other cities, and for those unable to make it in person audition videos can be submitted online at priceisright.com.

Here’s the details on the casting calls, per CBS:

The nationwide search, which kicked-off in Spartanburg, SC. on Aug.16, will include open casting calls in Boston on Saturday, Sept. 6, Dallas on Sunday, Sept. 7, Philadelphia on Monday, Sept. 8 and Los Angeles on Tuesday, Sept. 30. Semi-finalists will be flown to Los Angeles where they will be interviewed and judged by a panel of experts on their sense of humor, red carpet skills and, of course, how to model a car.

In Los Angeles, the hopefuls will advance to the final round of auditions which will be included in a six-episode web series competition on priceisright.com. At the conclusion of the web series, the final three contestants will be revealed on CBS Daytime’s The Talk. Then, fans will then have the opportunity to vote online for their favorite male model at priceisright.com. The grand prize winner will be announced on The Price is Right on Monday, Dec. 8 and begin his week-long modeling gig on Monday, Dec. 15 in Los Angeles.

The Price is Right Casting Calls

Saturday, Sept. 6

10:00 AM-3:00 PM


Boston Common Hotel and Conference Center

40 Trinity Place

Boston, MA 02116


Sunday, Sept. 7

10:00 AM-3:00 PM


AT&T Performing Arts Center

2403 Flora St.

Dallas, TX 75201


Monday, Sept. 8

10:00 AM-3:00 PM


1555 Hamilton St.

Philadelphia, PA 19130


Tuesday, Sept. 30



4024 Radford Ave.

Studio City, CA 91604


For more details and the official rules, visit cbs.com.

-By Rebecca Murray

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