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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

The Amazing Race auditions coming to Orlando

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Think you have what it takes to win The Amazing Race? Or at least make a go of all the detours, road blocks and u-turns that make up the thousands-of-miles long race around the world? On June 14, as part of Fun Spot's sweet 16 celebration, you'll get the opportunity to audition for the long-running reality show.

Hosted by Phil Keoghan, The Amazing Race features teams of two in a heated race around the globe, where the end prize is $1 million. Throughout the competition, teams face a variety of challenges, ranging from the disgusting (eating frog fallopian tubes) to the frustrating (rolling out endless bales of hay.) If neither of these deter you, grab a partner and drag 'em to the open audition later this month. Just be prepared to deal with the wrath of Phil's eyebrow.

Eligibility details can be found here. Hint: If you or your teammate have not turned 21 yet, no dice.

Details:

Date: Saturday, June 14

Time: 12 - 5 p.m.

Location: Fun Spot, 5700 Fun Spot Way

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