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New Ryan Seacrest Productions Show CHANCE Giving Away Big Money!

Is there something you've always wanted but couldn't quite afford? Do you have a lifelong ambition that you are desperate to fulfill? Casting Directors for Ryan Seacrest Productions are looking for people to come up with unique and exciting ideas.

BURBANK, CA, September 14, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Do you need cash to realize your dreams? No matter how extraordinary, selfless or off the wall your dream might be, this new upcoming reality show wants you. Whether you are asking for $25.00 or $250,000 and if you've got passion and the gift of gab the money could be yours. You can literally ask for anything!

Chance's original premise, as tweeted by Ryan Seacrest, was that it would help people and give others a second shot. Apparently, the second shot angle has been dropped, and now they're just looking to make dreams come true.

Instead, the "reality game show" Chance is said to be "America's Got Talent meets Shark Tank." Rather than come to rich people with million-dollar ideas, these contestants approach the wealthy with their hopes and dreams. If they win them over, they get their dream financially backed. It could be an invention or a business, but it could just as easily be a drive to save the chipmunks. You know what, I'm still not really clear what they're looking for, but maybe that's the point.

Ryan Seacrest Productions has been the company behind "Keeping Up with the Kardashians", "Bromance ", "Denise Richards: It's Complicated", "Momma's Boys", "Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami", and of course the "Live from the Red Carpet" shows.

Ryan Seacrest has signed a lucrative new deal that keeps him hosting "American Idol" through 2012 as well as participating in new projects. The partnership, announced Monday by 19 Entertainment, a wholly owned subsidiary of CKX Inc., provides an opportunity for on-air-personality/producer Seacrest and his Ryan Seacrest Productions banner to work with "American Idol" creator Simon Fuller on new entertainment endeavors.

Fuller's 19 Entertainment has created and produced TV hits including "American Idol" and "So You Think You Can Dance."

Although the announcement specified no dollar figure, The Hollywood Reporter pegged the deal at $45 million.

CHANCE will be holding casting calls in Los Angeles, New York City, St. Louis, Austin, and Miami.

The full details on the free open casting call dates and locations, as well as how to apply via sending an audition video, can be found on the following casting website:

CHANCE Open Casting Calls

There are websites that are claiming to be casting this show, and charging a fee to submit. There is no charge whatsoever to attend the casting calls or apply via sending in a video and application.

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