Get Paid to Write About the Real Housewives in This Work-From-Home Job

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The dream: actually being able to keep up with all your reality TV shows without that little thing called work getting in the way.

The reality: getting home from another long day with just enough time to catch the last five minutes of “The Bachelor” and then having to scroll Twitter to figure out what you missed.

The new reality (if you get this job, anyway): staying home in your PJs all day, bingeing on all your shows and then writing about them so that everyone understands your exact feelings about Kylie’s new car, the latest housewife table flip and why that one guy DOESN’T DESERVE A ROSE.

Almost sounds too good to be true, right? But it’s not.

Right now, online publication Bustle is looking for part-time writers to cover reality TV and work from home.

No, really.

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Write About Reality TV for Bustle

Bustle is currently looking for “entertainment writers with a passion for reality TV” to write about the latest celeb antics and reality competition shows.

The right fit will have extensive knowledge of entertainment television and pop culture, a strong and humorous writing voice, strong judgment and the ability to write quickly and cleanly. You should also be a little too invested (but in a good way) in all things E! and Bravo, like “The Real Housewives” and every variation of “The Bachelor.”

You’ll need to be available at least three full days per week, although you could choose to work as many as five. You should be prepared to take on interviews and live coverage when the need arises.

To be successful in this role, you should have a degree in journalism, communications or a related field, as well as at least two years of experience reporting, writing or blogging (particularly within the celebrity and entertainment world).

There is no information on pay or benefits included in the job listing, but we’ve reached out to the company to find out more details and will update this post when we hear back.

Go here to apply for this job, and don’t forget to include your current reality TV obsessions in your cover letter!

Grace Schweizer is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder.