Popstars, actors, TV presenters and Z-listers grace 'Sing If You Can' line up

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Sing If You Can

The full line up for ITV1's new show 'Sing If You Can' has been revealed and a whole host of famous faces are set to try and outperform each other to win the programme. From sporting legends like Rodney Marsh to Strictly Come Dancing professional Brendan Cole, there's someone for everyone, albeit a fair few fillers too.

The Saturday night primetime show, which as we reported this morning will be hosted by Stacey Solomon and Vernon Kay, is set to begin on ITV next month. The celebs will group together in teams and take various performing challenges, singing both classic and modern hits whilst facing various distractions!

The celebrity contestants will be judged in turn by a weekly guest panel of judges, with the studio audience also getting their say on the outcome. For the losing team: a dunk in the water tank, for the winners: money for their charity.

celebs in the line up include past chart toppers Chesney Hawkes, Jonathan Ansell, Sinitta and Michelle Gayle. Meanwhile the likes of Boyzone's Mikey Graham and Steps star Faye Tozer add a bit of nineties pop spice to the mix. Cricketer Darren Gough will also take part in the show, singing alongside reality telly acts jedward and Ray Quinn.

Vernon Kay said about the show: "This is going to be a fun-packed series with guaranteed laughs, so I can't wait to get started. It's also great that the series will be highlighting such a great charity, Teenage Cancer Trust."

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John Kaye Cooper, ITV controller of entertainment, added: “It’s packed with great music, edge of seat jeopardy and downright silliness. We are thrilled to have Vernon, Stacey and a huge cast of celebrities in this exciting and laugh-out-loud new series.”

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