“My Secret Society,” a TV show that focuses on lesbian life in Atlanta, is seeking a new cast member — as soon as possible.
The show now has Kandi Burruss of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” as an executive producer and it set to air in the future on a yet-to-be-named network.
Requirements? Lesbian or bisexual Caucasian femme who is affluent and has her own business or works in the corporate world.
“The network said we need to mix up the pot,” said Lisa Cunningham, a cast member as well as producer of the show that is spearheaded by Traxx Girls, a black women-who-love women promotions and party company. Read more about the TV show project here.
The woman they are seeking must also be between the ages of 25-35.
“We are seeking someone who is affluent, has her own business but I’m not opposed to someone who is a corporate person as long as they are fun and outgoing,” Cunningham said.
“And someone who is feminine. The show is turning a bit into the ‘Gay Housewives of Atlanta’ concept,” Cunningham said.
Anyone who fits the bill and is interested is asked to call Cunningham as soon as possible at 404-398-5991.
In addition to Cunningham, other cast members include DJ M (Melissa Scott), head of Traxx Girls; Deborah, who once dated R&B star Omarion; Suga, one of Atlanta’s top exotic dancers at Kamal’s 21 Adult Emporium; Jaimee Balenciaga of the renowned Balenciaga House Ball family; and the famous Glenn Twins, models and aspiring actresses.