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'Big Brother' casting team to host auditions in Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Camera-loving South Dakota residents will get a chance to air their lives on national television when the CBS reality show "Big Brother" hosts auditions next week in Sioux Falls.

SIOUX FALLS (AP) - Camera-loving South Dakota residents will get a chance to air their lives on national television when the CBS reality show "Big Brother" hosts auditions next week in Sioux Falls.

The show's casting team will host auditions for season 18 on March 22 at Badlands Pawn, Gold and Jewelry.

People selected to participate in the show will live in a house located in Los Angeles that is outfitted with cameras and microphones that will broadcast their actions 24/7. Those selected to live in the house will compete to be the last evicted.

Potential contestants must be 21 years old and U.S. citizens.

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