Here's all the info about how to apply for Gogglebox on Channel 4, how much tele you have to watch and how much you get paid…
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be a Gogglebox star, you need to woo the production company, Studio Lambert.
While it is unclear if they are seeking newbies at the moment, every series seems to introduce us to a new bunch of eager TV watchers.
In the past, prospective Goggleboxers have been told to get in contact by emailing email@example.com.
Be advised, Studio Lambert looks for viewers with "strong and entertaining" opinions about TV and many of the current Gogglebox families were “street cast” after being found in locations such as bridge clubs (June and Leon) and hairdressers (Stephen and Chris).
That being said – what have you got to lose?
A Gogglebox insider told The Sun Online that each of the families taking part are handed a monthly family allowance of £1,500.
The amount is then split amongst contributing family members at their own discretion.
The monthly wage comes with its own added perks and each of the families receives free takeaways to keep them going through each sitting.
Angie & Yvie, who appear on Gogglebox Australia, revealed they don't get paid much for appearing on the show.
Angie said: "Everyone has to work still. Oh god, otherwise we'd be on the streets!
"I mean we're on TV but we're definitely not stars because I think stars involve having lots of money and I definitely don't have that, that's for sure."
However, they didn't reveal their exact salaries.
In exchange for the £1,500 fee (and free food) each of the families are expected to commit to 12 hours of filming a week across two six-hour shifts.
That’s a lot of tele…
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