Julie Chen Julie Chen

Always dreamed of embarrassing yourself and your loved ones on national TV? Now's your chance.

Guilty-pleasure reality show Big Brother is hitting the road for a number of open casting calls for the series' upcoming 11th season. Over two weeks, the producers will be travelling to New York, Boston, Atlanta, Las Vegas and even a few places off the beaten path, such as High Point, N.C., and Flowood, Miss.

The chosen contestants will enter a camera-rigged house this summer and have their lives taped 24 hours a day as they compete in a number of challenges to win $500,000. Sex, snoring and plenty of loud fights are guaranteed.

The casting calls get into full swing Saturday, April 4, and continue until Saturday, April 18. All potential contestants must be U.S. citizens and at least 21 years old. Click here for the full list of audition sites and eligibility requirements.

Big Brother 11 premieres this summer, but no official start date has been confirmed.

Will you be heading to the casting calls? Are you excited for the new season?