Until November 17, Stanfield’s and The Comedy Network have teamed up to discover Canada’s greatest talent, and to do that they want to see you in your underwear (Standfield’s, of course), and The GATE is giving away a special prize pack to help you get inspired.

Getting a bit revealing for this competition, Canada’s most talented should submit videos of their greatest skills–whether it’s comedy routines, singing, or dancing–and each week the best and the worst will be on display for the nation to see on the weekly web series Briefly Exposed. Best of all though, one grand prize winner will walk away with $5,000 and a chance to star in a pilot that will air on The Comedy Network.

If you’re ready to get creative, we want to help you get prepared, so in partnership with Stanfield’s, we’ve got a special “Let It All Hang Out” prize pack worth $150, and it’s packed with goodies to get you ready for greatness. The prize pack includes a Moleskin notebook and pencil, $50 iTunes gift card, messenger bag, sunglasses (so you can hide from the paparazzi) and a pair of Stanfield’s (because when inspiration strikes, there is no time for laundry).

To enter Standfield’s Exposed contest, head over to exposed.thecomedynetwork.ca before November 17. But first, scroll down and enter for chance to win this great prize pack.

The Prize: “Let It All Hang Out” prize pack, including a Moleskin notebook, pencil, $50 iTunes gift card, messenger bag, sunglasses, and a pair of Stanfield’s underwear.

Giveaway Details: The GATE’s “Let It All Hang Out” giveaway is open to residents of Canada, where local laws permit, who are over the age of 18. Contest closes on Friday, November 15, 2013 at 11:59 AM (ET). Chance of winning depends on total number of entries.

Entries are no longer being accepted.

Update: Please note that, due to a supply shortage, the bag pictured in the prize pack has been changed.

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W. Andrew Powell
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W. Andrew Powell lives, sleeps, eats, and breaths movies and entertainment. Since launching The GATE in 1999 Andrew has enjoyed being a pest to any publicist who would return his calls. In his "spare time," Andrew is also an avid photographer, and writes about leisure travel and hotels around the world.

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