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Online reality show where a star is porn

Tom Prendeville

Published 19/07/2009 | 00:00

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In a world's first, a British lewd movie producer is in Ireland looking for wannabe stars to audition for a new X Factor meets Pop Idol style internet television production.

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However, the winning contestant had better be warned: the show is more Porn Idol and Sex Factor than the normal reality TV shows.

The project is the brainchild of erotica star and film producer Tanya Tate.

"Guys who wish to become a porn star can contact me and ask to be shot with me on my casting couch. I will ask them to email me some pictures and some details and if I like what I see and am happy to shoot with them I will arrange for them to be filmed with me by my cameraman.

"I like Irishmen, you always have good craic. They are dead easygoing and I love the Irish accent. When it comes to having Irish men in bed, I'm not experienced enough to say how good they are, but I'd certainly fancy some nice Irish boys," added Miss Tate.

For those who have an aptitude for the unusual job offer, Tanya Tate reckons it could be a good career choice in these economically challenging times.

"If they prove to be a good performer then I will recommend them to a number of agents and production companies in the UK. If they are unable to perform on camera then it is probably not a good career choice."

Prospective celebs are advised that method actors, those who prefer the Stanislavski improvised free- style or those with good voice projection techniques, won't cut any ice. Only a solid performance will make an impression on Miss Tate.

The feisty Liverpudlian is currently advertising the film project which is titled Tanya Tate Casting Couch on her personal website.

Miss Tate, who is 31 years old, made her very first blue movie on her 30th birthday last year. So far this year she has already appeared in two art house blue movies: London Sex Project by Joybear Pictures and The Wicked Ones by Harmony Films.

She now runs her own production company.

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