HUNDREDS of reality wannabes have applied to be on season two of Glasgow's reality show Glow.

Production firm GRTV have had over 800 applicants expressing their interest in being part of the cast.

Season one of the show featured Rangers star Maurice Edu's former flame Lauren McDonald and city nightclub owner Brian Matthews, and both will continue to appear on the new season which begins filming this month.

Those who have applied will now be invited to an audition which will take place in star Brian Matthews Kavali nightclub on Saturday, February 11.

The nightclub will have a Big Brother diary room style set-up and auditionees will be asked to explain to the camera why they should be a new cast member.

If the first audition goes well, another will be set up at the nightclub the following week to deal with the number of applicants.

Jamie Granger, who created GRTV to deliver Glow, said: "I was expecting a huge response to the casting call due to the messages we got constantly throughout the first season asking when we were going to take on people."

Jamie also explained he is looking to freshen up the current cast with someone who is a bit wilder.

He said: "We have got our cast and they are all really cool. But I am looking for someone who is a bit more wild.

"I want someone who can bring that wild side in even though a few of our cast are touching on that.

"I will wait though to see who auditions, and I want to show the best of what Glasgow has got to offer."

Last night, the Glow cast featured in a special live broadcast via the Evening Times Facebook page.

Glow Gossip allowed fans of the show to find out what has been happening with the cast since the Christmas special last year.

Season 2 of the reality series which is broadcast through a dedicated website and app will air in March.

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