If this describes you, then visit YouTube.com's redcarpetreporter ASAP for a chance to become a red carpet reporter for one star-studded evening. But don't take your time - you only have until midnight on Wednesday, July 23, to upload your entry video.
YouTube and People.com have joined forces to launch People's new YouTube channel, which features all the delicous gossip you read in print form in a brand spanking new video format. To market the new channel, they're sponsoring the Be A Red Carpet Reporter contest, the grand-prize winner of which gets to attend the Emmys in September with People's reporter, Michelle Beadle. Apparently, the winner will also enjoy two days in L.A., a wardrobe budget, and VIP entry at exclusive events.
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Simply upload a two-minute video of yourself interviewing someone, red carpet style, and upload in to YouTube. You can find all the official rules here. "A team of PEOPLE.com editors and red carpet correspondents will narrow the field to 10 finalists. Finalists will produce a second two- to four-minute video in which they will conduct spontaneous interviews in a public area. PEOPLE.com and the YouTube community will vote on the 10 finalist videos, and the winner will be unveiled simultaneously on PEOPLE.com and YouTube on August 27, 2008."
Talk about red carpet treatment.
So if you've always wanted to fraternize with celebrities, now's your chance. Just don't forget the little people here at Carpetology who gave you the inspiration.