Shannon Noll Is Looking For Extras For His New Music Video
The year is 2003: 4chan has just launched, Saddam Hussein has been captured and Guy Sebastian has won the first season of Australian Idol with his legendary track 'Angels Brought Me Here'.
The runner-up, also a legend, Shannon Noll, also had a legendary track 'What About Me'.
In the years since the massive, nation-wide search for a star, the 44-year-old has busted out a number of singles, including 'Drive' and 'Shine'.
Now, after years of silence, he's making a comeback...and he wants you involved.
The Aussie singer has released a casting call for people to be in his upcoming music video for the song 'Long Live the Summer'.
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The casting call says: "Shannon Noll is filming his new video at Shoal Bay Country Club on Wednesday November 13 and we are going to pick some to come and join us.
"If you are in or around the Shoal Bay area on Wednesday November 13 and are available to come and spend the day with us, we'd love to hear from you."
So, essentially, you need to cancel all plans next week because you have bigger and better things to do.
You could be in a massive crowd or you could be picked to be serenaded by Nollsy with a guitar. Who knows what the video will be about, but the possibilities are endless.
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