Friday, March 23, 2012
The teams who are chosen from the auditions will travel away for a week to a secret location to film the next Camp Orange series.
The show features pairs of friends going head to head in a variety of gunge-based challenges, recorded in a secret location in the UK. The series is hosted by former Toonattik presenters Anna Williamson and Jamie Rickers, accompanied by former Olympian Denise Lewis.
After five weeks of competing in "the slimiest, grubbiest and smelliest series of challenges", one team will be crowned "Champ Orange" in a public vote.
Last year's winners received a luxury trip on the Norwegian Epic Nickelodeon Cruise around the Mediterranean alongside a lineup of Nickelodeon stars.
"Inviting British kids to be involved in a Nickelodeon series is always fantastic but Camp Orange is such a celebration of friendship, achievement and enjoying the outdoors, that it feels extra special to be giving our audience the chance to be a part of it," said Nickelodeon UK managing director Tina McCann.
"Along with being physically and mentally tested, the teams that are selected for Camp Orange are set to have a lot of fun with the new challenges and fantastic prizes that are part of the second season."
For lots more information about how to audition and apply to be in the next season of Camp Orange, and to view lots of audition tips (including a streaming video presented by Nickelodeon UK presenters Anna Williamson and Jamie Rickers), the rules, frequently asked questions, the Camp Orange 2012 audition guidelines, and to download the parent / guardian consent letter, please visit Nickelodeon UK's official "Camp Orange 2012" website, www.nick.co.uk/shows/camporange
Nickelodeon UK and Ireland must receive all entries for "Camp Orange 2012" by Saturday 14th April 2012, so please make sure you post your entry to Nick UK in plenty of time.
Camp Orange 2012 will broadcast in August 2012
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