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Southern Charm Auditions?



At least one South Carolina starlet has auditioned for a part on Southern Charm, the Charleston, S.C.-based reality television show that begins filming in the Holy City next month.

Multiple sources tell FITS that Kathryn Dennis – the bombshell scion of two prominent Palmetto political families – recently met with producers of the show.

Dennis, 21, was not immediately available to confirm or deny those rumors – however a source close to one of the show’s producers tells FITS she auditioned for a role and was favorably received. In fact one producer reportedly described her as a “nice find.”

Kathryn Dennis

Kathryn Dennis

Indeed …

Dennis’ pedigreepolitical activism and widely watched extracurriculars have made her one of South Carolina’s most talked about personalities. Then there’s her drop dead gorgeous looks and rock hard body – which is looking better than ever these days.

“She’s been working out,” one of her friends told FITS. “And it shows.”

Our founding editor Will Folks (a.k.a. Sic Willie) – who visited briefly with Dennis last month – vouched for that.

“She looked amazing,” Sic said.

If Dennis gets a role on the show she could appear alongside former South Carolina Treasurer Thomas Ravenel – who is slated to be one of the series’ central characters.

Ravenel – an occasional contributor here at FITS – runs a development company based in the Holy City. He splits his time between Charleston, a plantation in Edisto and Wellington, Florida – where he plays polo.

Also starring in the show? Shep Rose – nephew of former S.C. Department of Public Safety (SCDPS) chief Boykin Rose – and Whitney Sudler-Smith, one of the show’s executive producers. Sudler-Smith is the son of Patricia Altschul, a former Manhattan (now Charleston) socialite.

Other young South Carolina starlets may also appear in the drama – which will feature Charleston’s stately South of Broad mansions as its backdrops.