The Valleys to return for a second series
'The Valleys' is returning for a second series.
MTV UK is planning to screen more episodes of the Wales-based reality show, and bosses are already looking for new members to join the controversial show, which follows nine wannabes who leave the Welsh valleys and try to make a name for themselves in the bright lights of Cardiff.
'Valleys' boss Jordan said in a statement: ''This is the opportunity of a lifetime, especially given how tough it is to get on the career ladder for kids at the moment.
''But it's going to take a lot more than hunger alone to cut it in Cardiff, where there are all kinds of distractions. Watch out as we'll be upping the ante for series two and bringing in some new faces. It's time to shape up or ship out!''
Series one saw Nicole, a wannabe stylist, cause outrage among viewers after stripping off in nearly every episode and couple Chidgey and Natalee were sent back to the rural Welsh valleys after losing their temper.
The season also starred Liam, the self-proclaimed ''only gay in the village'', and Leeroy, who impressed the audience at Glam nightclub with a rap performance after meeting his idol Roger Sanchez.
Law student and aspiring glamour model Jenna, Beyonce look-a-like Lateysha, ''no way rose'' swilling Carley and kick-boxing hopeful Aron also tried to make a name for themselves in the first series.
Fellow boss AK added: ''To make it in the modelling world, you need so much more than just a pretty face. I'm looking for someone who's passionate and dedicated, but above all they need to have the right attitude and be totally professional or no client will want to book them.
''They also need to trust in me and take on my advice - being feisty is fine, but those with a diva complex need not apply!''26-11-2012
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