Fast track to fame
(CNN) -- It's called FastTrackToFame.tv, and it could just make you a superstar. Meet one mom-and-pop Web site that is trying to bring the average Joe to stardom, cyber-style.
Bobbie Locke and his wife Debbie look like your average couple, but they're not. Their job is to travel the country's karaoke bars, videotaping those with the dream of being famous, and broadcasting their acts on a daily webcast. They use the power of the Internet to showcase those aspiring to be in the limelight -- both the good and the ... entertaining.
Bruce Burkhardt takes us to one local Georgia bar on karaoke night to meet Bobby and Debbie, and to hear the stories of these aspiring starlets who are using the Web to find their fast track to fame.
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