6ABC and Live Well Network Are Doing a Philly Casting Call for Their New Dream Proposal Series
Do you picture your guy getting down on one knee in a huge stadium with fireworks simultaneously going off in the background, and perhaps with TV cameras filming and broadcasting the whole thing? (We know there are quite a few of you soon-to-be brides-to-be hanging out with us here at PW!) If so, pay close attention:
6ABC and the Live Well Network are teaming up to make your out-of-this-world wishes come true by extending a casting call for a new series called Pop the Question (WT), which will air on the Live Well Network. (6ABC is filming it, so these proposals will mostly focus on the Tri-State area, especially Philly!)
Want in? Here’s how it works. (Just be sure to “accidently” e-mail this article to your guy ASAP.)
- He needs to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “looking to propose” and a few basics like your names, contact info, and when he’s thinking of doing the deed.
- Once sent, producers at the Live Well Network will shoot you back an e-mail questionnaire, asking things like: What are your hobbies? What’s the best thing about your significant other? And a few sentences describing yourselves and your proposals must-haves.
- If chosen, you get to work with celebrity photographer (and an alum of ABC’s Shark Tank), James Ambler, to plan the day. James owns Paparazzi Proposals, where he both plans the whole event—arranging all of the proposal details—and then sticks around to hide and capture the entire moment on film. (Usually, his services are in the $1,000 range, but the winners get it free!)
The network is looking for unique couples with a fabulous love story (which is obviously you and your groom-to-be). Proposals can be extravagant or intimate, depending on the winning couples want for their moment. They’re looking to air the pilot sometime in March, and launch the series soon after.
(Oh, and if you get picked, be sure to fill us in so we can watch!)
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