Talia Rycroft reveals her step-by-step guide to getting cast on Big Brother – as applications open for the 2021 season
She became one of the most controversial stars of Big Brother by speaking her mind regardless of the consequences.
And Talia Rycroft has revealed it was that honesty that made Channel Seven producers sit up and take notice during her application process.
During an Instagram Q&A on Tuesday, Talia urged anybody who was thinking about applying to be as ‘honest’ and ‘creative’ as possible.
So that’s the trick! On Tuesday, during a Q&A session with fans on Instagram, Big Brother star Talia Rycroft revealed EXACTLY what she did during the casting process to make producers sign her up to be a housemate- be completely honest
‘The more honest you are the higher chance I feel you have getting on the show. They see you naked at the end of the day,’ the 22-year-old explained.
Talia added that she took her time with application to make it as perfect as possible.
‘I didn’t do my application in one sitting, I saved my application, I kept doing back to it, I kept touching it, I kept correcting it and perfecting it,’ she said.
‘The more honest you are the higher chance I feel you have getting on the show. They see you naked at the end of the day,’ the 22-year-old explained
Don’t be put off! Talia also told anyone who was thinking of applying that they shouldn’t be put off applying if they only have a small Instagram following- and that she had only 1500 followers when she was picked
Talia also urged people to think outside the box and be ‘creative instead of boring’ if they made it to the video round.
The blond tradie also added that people shouldn’t be put off applying if they only had a small Instagram following- and that she only had 1500 followers when she was successful.
‘That’s the beauty of Big Brother, they want to put everyday people into the house that’s the social experiment,’ she explained.
Want to play again? Big Brother Australia is now casting for new housemates for its 2021 season
Meanwhile, Channel Seven has announced that they are already on the lookout for its next batch of housemates.
The network shared the news to Instagram on Sunday with a link for reality TV star hopefuls to apply.
‘BREAKING NEWS: You’ve been telling everyone how much you love #BBAU and we’ve heard you! Big Brother is bringing you another series in 2021!’ the post read.
Do you have what it takes? Successful applications will meet with TV producers in August and September after filling out the required forms and submitting a personal video audition
To be eligible for a role on the popular program, applications must be made by Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents that are over the age of 18.
Successful applications will meet with TV producers in August and September after filling out the required forms and submitting a personal video audition.
The scheduled filming of the series is set to begin in October 2020, and those applying are expected to keep at least 12 weeks free to be on the show.
The reboot attracted a whopping 54,000 applications last year when it announced it was looking for a new batch of stars in October 2019.
Big Brother famously launched the careers of Chrissie Swan (season three), Ryan ‘Fitzy’ Fitzgerald (season four) and Blair McDonough (season one).
Popular: The reboot attracted a whopping 54,000 applications last year when it announced it was looking for a new batch of stars. Pictured: Big Brother 2020 star Garth Saville, 50