But during a six-minute interview session (shared with seven other people), she reveals that she's ... colorblind! The revelation makes casting consultant Michelle Millard spring to life. "The Real World" has had an African-American Jew, a devoutly Catholic female Hispanic Republican, and a crusty, lawbreaking bike messenger. But colorblindness - that's new.
At this stage, the interview sessions are superficial. The casting consultant throws out a topic, asks questions and watches how the kids interact. It's an instantaneous weeding-out process that suggests a twisted sort of fraternity or sorority rush: Instead of being favored for being rich, thin and bubbly, you're rewarded for being manageably dysfunctional.