Amanda Holden joins Alison Hammond as panelist on new music game show I Can See Your Voice10/14/2020
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Having tied up her term on Britain’s Got Talent last week, Amanda Holden is wasting no time getting back in the saddle and intends to keep her seat warm. Her latest role will see her star in BBC One’s brand-new mystery music game show I Can See Your Voice.
She’ll be joined on the panel by none other than Jimmy Carr and Alison Hammond while Take Me Out comedy king Paddy McGuinness takes the reins and presents the show.
You can bet there’ll be no shortage of side splitting moments from the witty trio and their cheeky ring leader.
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“I think a silly, crazy, fun hour of telly is just what we all need,” said Jimmy, “and it doesn’t come any more silly, crazy or fun than this.”
The aim of the game is simple. Two contestants, along with the help of the panel, must guess who out of a group of mystery singers is sporting the voice of an angel and who, in no uncertain terms, is absolutely tone deaf.
The group will complete a series of lip sync challenges, offering entertaining hidden clues to the celebrity panel and players in the process to help them make the right calls.
“I’ve seen first-hand over my many years as a judge, how acts can shock you with an incredible voice,” says Amanda. “With my experience on stage, television and radio I think I have one of the best pairs of eyes in the business,” she boasts.
Insisting she’s the queen of “spotting talent,” the 49-year-old Heart radio presenter says “the masqureaders will really have to up their game to fool me!”
Get it right, they go home with a cash prize, but get it wrong and the performing imposter will take the jackpot.
Alison Hammond is also confident in her abilities, “I’m a good judge of character and reckon I’ll be able to spot who can sing or not straight away, so the players are in good hands if they hope to win that cash prize!”
On taking part in the show, she added, “I Can See Your Voice is going to be great fun and I am thrilled to be taking part.”
Wondering how the truth will be revealed? Each week the panel will be joined by a different popstar.
Once the group of mystery singers is whittled down to one, the remaining performer will sing a duet with the popstar and reveal if they’re talented or talentless.
Amanda Holden has become somewhat of a national treasure throughout her years on Britain’s Got Talent. The show drew to a close last week with musical comedian Jon Courtenay taking home the title with his hilarious and heartfelt account of 2020.
Fans will be glad to see Amanda back on our screens so quickly in this musical game show that promises laughter, talent and plenty of silly shenanigans.
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