Series host De Klerk Oelofse
kykNET debuts a new Afrikaans game show soon titled Kyk Wie Praat (Look Who's Talking) and the producers are calling for contestants.
The format has similarities to Family Feud in that contestants need to guess how other people have answered particular questions.
In this case the people are children.
How well do you know them? Would you be able to guess their answers to questions?
The series is looking for adults who are up to the challenge.
Each episode features five adult contestants who will be eliminated round per round until one remains. If the contestant accumulates enough points, they win a weekend away for their family.
There's also a R10,000 cash prize up for grabs each episode, and if it isn't won, it will roll over to the final episode of the series.
The five contestants with the most points will compete against each other in the finale.
Application must knows
The children have all been cast and now the series is looking for the grown-up contestants.
The series is being filmed in Cape Town - in Montague Gardens - between 5 and 17 June, between these times: 13h00 to 17h00 or 17h00 to 22h00.
How to apply
Record a video of yourself of no longer than two minutes and tell the producers about yourself.
Let them know if there's a special child or children in your life and why you think you should be part of the show.
You'll also need to include your name, address, telephone number and e-mail address with your entry.
You can submit the video and your details on the application form here: Kyk Wie Praat