CLEVELAND (AP) - More than 100 people wanting to outwit, outlast and outplay turned out in Cleveland yesterday to try out for spots on "Survivor."
Those auditioning at the House of Blues ranged in age from 21 to their 60s, and each got three minutes to make a personal pitch in front of lights and a camera.
One young guy who was well-dressed said he was willing to lie, steal and stab anyone in the back. A 45-year-old mother of five from suburban Lakewood turned a cartwheel after saying why she should get a crack at winning the show's (m) million dollar prize.
The next edition of "Survivor" begins airing on C-B-S February Eighth, but the try-outs were for the season after that.