'Price is Right' looking for the right male model

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This 2011 photo released by CBS shows models Gwendolyn Osborne, left, and Rachel Reynolds during an episode of the game show"The Price is Right," in Los Angeles. CBS said Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2012, that the game show known for its female models will add a male one for a week. "The Price is Right" will hold its "first-ever search" for the right man, the network said. A five-episode online competition is planned for late September, with the winner to be chosen by viewers.  He will get a one-week modeling stint on the show hosted by comedian Drew Carey. (AP Photo/CBS, Cliff Lipson)
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This 2011 photo released by CBS shows models Gwendolyn Osborne, left, and Rachel Reynolds during an episode of the game show"The Price is Right," in Los Angeles. CBS said Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2012, that the game show known for its female models will add a male one for a week. "The Price is Right" will hold its "first-ever search" for the right man, the network said. A five-episode online competition is planned for late September, with the winner to be chosen by viewers. He will get a one-week modeling stint on the show hosted by comedian Drew Carey. (AP Photo/CBS, Cliff Lipson)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Men, do you have what it takes to be a model on "The Price is Right"?

CBS said Wednesday that the game show known for its female models will add a male one for a week.

"The Price is Right" will hold its "first-ever search" for the right man in an online competition, the network said. Viewers will choose the winner in October.

He'll get a weeklong stint on the show hosted by Drew Carey.

The daytime show was long known for its "Barker's Beauties," a title that honored longtime host Bob Barker, who retired in 2007.

Some of the gown-wearing hostesses alleged more was demanded than presenting prizes. Over the years, several sued Barker for sexual harassment and wrongful termination, with most receiving out-of-court settlements.

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