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Previously, we had reported that ClockWork Entertainment, who has worked with Bad Boy on joint ventures for Dream and Jordan McCoy, was attempting to put together a new Dream lineup. Jordan McCoy is the first member.

In speaking of ClockWork CEO Debbie Hammond, I was able to piece together some details. Assuming it comes to fruition, this new group isn't necessarily signed to Bad Boy - but, Bad Boy will receive a first look. Somewhere down the line, they are looking to promote the group through a movie.

Vincent Herbert, who has a long list of production credits (Mary J. Blige, Destiny's Child, Aaliyah, Toni Braxton, Total), and produced on Dream's first album, "It Was All A Dream," is on board for the project.

Though they haven't begun promoting auditions yet, they are accepting them. They are looking for girls around 18 years of age (or that look young). And, of course, you must be able to sing and dance at a high level. It'll be a 3-4 member group, so they are looking to add another 2 or 3 people.

If you are interested in auditioning, you should you post a video of yourself online and send a link to it to the ClockWork Entertainment MySpace or YouTube channel or the Dream MySpace or YouTube channel. Not all four - just one.

If they are unable to put together a group from the online submissions, they will hold formal auditions in Los Angeles. But, if all goes well, they'll look to hold call backs from the online submissions in Los Angeles, instead.

It's important to note that Jordan McCoy is still a solo artist signed to Bad Boy, trying to get an album out and trying to get a TV show. That hasn't changed.