Here's How You Can Become A Patient On Botched

If you're unhappy with the results of recent — or even ancient — plastic surgery work and dream of appearing on Botched so Drs. Dubrow and Nassif can fix you up, fear not. The hit E! reality show has an open casting call for those aged 18 and over who have endured botched surgery, gone too extreme or too far in search of perfection, or are simply unhappy with the finished results, whatever the reason.

It's as simple as filling out an application form — though the process is lengthy and there are plenty of terms and disclaimers to wade through — and you'll be one step closer to sitting in front of Dr. Dubrow and Dr. Nassif telling your story

Being on Botched might bring you fame, but it won't bring you fortune

Keep in mind, however, that appearing on the show doesn't mean a free ride. While patients featured do get paid an appearance fee, that fee goes towards the doctors' payments. As Dr. Dubrow made clear in a 2015 interview with Allure, he and his partner in crime don't work for free on Botched, particularly as it takes up so much of their time. Not only are they paid to appear on the show but they're, understandably, paid for their services, too, and those Botched surgeries can rack up quite a bill

To be considered for Botched, you'll need to share as much information about your past surgery work as possible, along with detailing what exactly you want fixed. If you're the victim of a botched surgery, you'll need to explain how it happened as well as the long term effects on your mental and physical well-being. You'll also need to supply photos of your botched area and your general appearance prior to the surgery.

According to Cheat Sheet, getting cast on the hit show isn't easy, either. You'll have to fight off thousands of competitors for one of the few spots on each season of the show. The show's popularity has skyrocketed since the early days. Back in 2015, it was noted that 6,000 applicants were looking to take part versus the previous season's 500. And it's only gotten worse. Earlier this year Dr. Nassif told Hello!, "There are around 12,000 [casting tapes] submitted for the show and the producers pick through them. It is a gigantic selection process." Botched hopefuls, you've been warned.