LIMP BIZKIT have posted the following message at www.limpbizkit.com:"Limp Ladies or...Want a Tattoo? "Sounds like a spam email subject line, right? Well it's no joke — MTV wants to talk to some of LIMP's biggest fans of the fairer sex...and find fans of either sex to get tatttoos: "MTV is doing a casting call for LIMP BIZKIT's female fans who want to tell the biography of the band for 'Fanography', which is scheduled to air with the release of LIMP's new album 'Less is More'. Please go to www.mtv.com under casting call or call casting directly at (818) 753-6173. Please leave message with name, age, phone number including area code. 16 and older please. "And MTV is looking for anyone interested in getting a tattoo. Since many of you have already submitted pics of your BIZKIT tats to the fan art page, you may want to update your deltoids with a brand new LIMP tattoo, filmed for MTV. If you want to make your mom proud, please go to www.MTV.com under casting call or call casting directly at (818) 753-6173 or (818) 753-6171. Must be 18 years or older."
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