NEW RICHMOND, Ohio - We’ve all seen at least one episode of one reality show. Now there’s one that not only lets you vote, but allows you to control the show and its contestants.
It's called “The Glass House ” and it's the newest reality show, where you control everything that happens in the house. You decide what the players eat, what they wear and what they do, all from online.
One local woman is taking her chances at a $250,000 prize by appearing on the show , hoping to make it through to the end.
As a viewer, you get to control the 14 players by the click of a mouse—players like Stephanie [Long] Link, who graduated from Amelia in 1998.
Living in Boston now, the 32-year-old scientist with P&G works hard and deserves your votes, said her aunt who still lives in Clermont County.
"She's worked for everything that she's gotten I believe. I mean she's worked hard for where she's at. She's a very caring, very outgoing person. She lives to better herself, to better people around her, to help people around her," said Debbie Thielof New Richmond, about her niece.
It’s been a long road for Link, whose husband died unexpectedly while the two lived in Germany in 2008. But that keeps her going said Thiel, who said that her niece lives by the theory, ‘Do what you want to do and work hard.’
The show is set to premiere Monday on Channel 9, at 10 p.m.
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