MTV's 'I Used to Be Fat' Now Casting for Season 2

After announcing the premier of MTV’s reality weight-loss show, I Used to Be Fat, we have gotten many, many inquires about how to get on the show. We finally have the answer. Today, MTV announced that they are looking for high school seniors who have 40 to 100 pounds to lose to star on the second season of the docu-series. The show’s casting directors will be traveling to Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas. According to our contact at 3 Ball Productions, the show’s production company, the ideal cast members will live no more than 50 miles outside of these locations.
To apply for I Used to Be Fat, interested candidates should email their name, height, weight, contact information and recent photos to Also be sure to include a paragraph explaining why you want to be on the show and lose weight before starting college. You can also visit MTV for more information.
The show follows overweight high school seniors as they work to transform their bodies and their lives in order to start college with a healthier outlook. “The kids who really dedicated themselves and really wanted this made changes that are staggering. We had multiple kids lose 100 pounds,” the show’s executive producer JD Roth told Broadcasting & Cable.
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