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Offline puddin

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Do you want to be The Swan?
« on: May 07, 2004, 01:28:07 AM »
http://www.swancasting.com/


Season 2
From FremantleMedia,NA and Galan Entertainment the second season of the hit FOX Network Reality-Makeover Show.

Do you want to be The Swan? Do you have what it takes to work with our world-class team of Life Specialists including plastic surgeons, coaches, therapists, trainers, nutritionists and stylists and compete to transform your life for the better?

Is there something you always wanted to be but haven't been able to get there, because of how you look, or how you feel about yourself? Do you feel if you had the right tools at your disposal that you could have the poise, beauty and confidence of a beauty pageant winner?

If so, THE SWAN, a ground-breaking reality show that offers participants the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to undergo a FULL-LIFE MAKEOVER, is for you.

Our experts will work with you to makeover your life your face, your body, your confidence - to give you the chance to see what you could accomplish when you have the opportunity to compete to reach a dream goal. Work hard and you could change your life, become The Swan, and win hundreds of thousands of dollars in prizes.

We're looking for women, who believe that our Full Life Make Over could really change their lives, and give them the chance to make their dreams come true.

If you're between the ages of 21 45 and interested in seeing if you could become The Swan, follow the instructions.

For more information on the first season of THE SWAN, please visit the FOX website here.
http://www.fox.com/swan/home.htm


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Re: Do you want to be The Swan?
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2004, 06:02:20 PM »
I can't decide if this show is a good idea or not? On the one hand, they have done some truly good work for people who did need the surgery and could never have afforded it otherwise. But on the other hand, should we put that much stock into having everyone look "perfect?" What is wrong with being an individual? Are these people ready for such a complete transformation? Do they do follow ups, say a year later?

What does anyone else think? Good? Bad? 

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Re: Do you want to be The Swan?
« Reply #2 on: May 26, 2004, 10:34:38 PM »
I agree Cindi.  Why do we have to have these "make over" shows.  Shouldn't we be happy with who were are?  It will be harder for our children if we all look perfect and they don't.   Just wrong. That's just me though.
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