To all you talented, young performers—rejoice, because yesterday the producers of “Glee” sent out a nationwide casting call looking for performers between the ages of 16 and 26 to fill new roles in the second season. All you have to do is upload an audition video on this MySpace page anytime from now until April 26, 2010, in which you explain why want to appear on “Glee” and perform one of the show’s hit tracks—all under five minutes. This is your chance to join the show’s amazing cast members, which include the lovely Jenna Ushkowitz and the “other Asian,” Harry Shum, Jr.—who, we’re very excited to share, will be featured in our upcoming issue in an exclusive interview. For some ‘singspiration,’ you can also view the original cast members’ audition videos here. [via EW.com]
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