Former Ute gymnasts Missy Marlowe and Meredith King — along with tens of thousands of others — want to be on "The Amazing Race." They’ve posted their audition video on YouTube, which means, well, nothing at this point.
It’s sort of an odd video. It’s filled with decades-old gymnastics clips of Marlowe and King, and it features the two of them talking aboiut religion and politics. Which are two things "The Amazing Race" has pretty much avoided for 22 seasons.
And it’s one thing to send a video with your phone number in it to the producers of a TV show. It’s another to post it on YouTube.
But you can check the video out for yourself.
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