'Jersey Shore' Casters Taking The 'Party Down South'

The 'Jersey Shore' guys make the scene at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards at the Gibson Ampitheatre in LA on June 6, 2010 The 'Jersey Shore' guys make the scene at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards at the Gibson Ampitheatre in LA on June 6, 2010

Doron Ofir Casting wants to make it a “six-pack summer.”

The agency behind MTV’s “Jersey Shore” is launching “Party Down South,” and the agency is searching for 12 young men and women for a new reality show set in the American South.

“It’s time to show the world that the party down South will rise again… Screw sippin’ champagne, let’s make it a six-pack summer!” Ofir said in a statement to Access Hollywood. “Southerners have been workin’ for the man every night and day, trying to make their American dream come true… here’s their chance.”

Would-be stars can show off their Southern pride at PartyDownSouth.com. The agency did not announce the in-development project’s potential network or TV airdate.

While six-packs may be on the agenda, it’s Southern phenomenon “bros icing bros” that might become the new “GTL.” The online trend of people “icing” others by forcing them to take a knee and down a Smirnoff Ice is spreading across the country, as documented on the blog BrosIcingBros.com. But will there be a Southern “Situation?” Stay tuned!

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