'Laguna Beach' Producers Soliciting New Reality Intern-Victims

If I'm From Rolling Stone is any indication, reality TV shows about interns are boring, because interns are boring. (Even The Hills wisely minimizes the time they spend showing Whitney and Lauren sitting in front of their iMacs doing nothing at their Teen Vogue internships.) Then again, it seems as though the only way to actually get hired as an intern is to be on a reality show. Go Go Luckey Productions is supposed to be hard at work on Rodeo Girls but they're shooting a pilot—and now they're desperate for luscious young fashion victims!

Calling all Fashionistas.

If you love all things fashion and if you (or someone you know!) are desperate to break into this glamorous world then Go Go Luckey Productions (Producers of Laguna Beach) are offering four aspiring fashion newbies the opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to work as an assistant at a major Fashion Magazine, prestigious Cosmetic Line or a cutting edge Fashion PR company as part of a documentary television series.

If you are 21 - 28, outgoing, ambitious and passionate about all aspects of the fashion industry and need that big break—we'd like to hear from you. Looking for all types: small town-big dreams to urban sophisticate; quirky street fashion to uptown models. VERY interested in seeing pairs/groups of friends who share passion for fashion as a bond. Must be available to shoot pilot in NYC March 19-20 and series June-July-August-September. Compensation and housing will be provided.

Please let me know if you— or someone you know is interested! Please send a fun description of yourself along with a recent photo ASAP to: [redacted] or [redacted]. **sell us on why you deserve the fashion opportunity of a lifetime. Be sure to include your full name and contact phone numbers** Please include all information in the body of the email.

We can't imagine that Teen Vogue would consent to this off-brand reality show concept, so what could the "major Fashion Magazine" be?