SCOTTSDALE, AZ - Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner’s new reality show had an advance screening in Scottsdale on Wednesday.
“I didn’t want to be the guy on the couch saying, I wish I could have done that,” Warner said from the City of Grace church. “One of the first prayers I ever said was, ‘God, just provide an opportunity for me.”
“The Moment” promises to give ordinary people a second chance at the dream career that once slipped away.
“Traveling far from their homes and families to pursue their calling under the guidance of expert mentors, each hopeful will prepare for the interview of a lifetime,” states the show’s producers on its website. “In the end, they will find out whether they still have what it takes to pursue this career or if they've been living their dream life all along.”
Coincidentally, this will be Warner’s second chance at reality television after he appeared on “Dancing with the Stars.”
“The Moment” debuts on April 11 on USA, but the network is currently playing a sneak peek of the show on its website .
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