Unlike Fox’s "American Idol," aspiring singers won’t have to camp out overnight on concrete sidewalks for a shot on the network’s other musical program, "Glee," the Los Angeles Times Show Tracker blog reports.
Singers between 16 and 26 can upload five-minute audition tapes to the show’s MySpace page, according to the report.
The requirements include a one-minute introduction and four-minute song, which must include one of the 10 tunes from the show’s songbook, which range from "You Can’t Always Get What You Want" to "Lean on Me." The introduction must explain why the contestant wants to be on the program. Fox is hoping to find singers for roles in the show’s second season.
News Corp. owns MySpace, as well as the network "Glee" is on and the company that co-produces the show.