A Little Mix tribute called Little Fix is one of the acts competing in a new BBC singing talent show tonight.
Airing this Saturday evening at 7PM on BBC One, Even Better Than The Real Thing will see the globe’s best tribute acts pitted against one another.
The 60-minute special will celebrate the biggest names in pop music – but none of them will actually be making an appearance themselves.
Instead, the show is bringing together the world’s top tribute artists for a glamorous night of performing and competing.
Even Better Than The Real Thing will bring together performances from tribute artists who are quite simply the very best in the game.
At the end of the show the live studio audience will vote for their favourite performer; the one act on the night that truly is even better than the real thing.
Contestants include Little Fix, based on the popular X Factor winners and made up of Megan Walker, Heather McDonald, Stephanie Barclay and Amy Craik.
There’s also Ariana Grande tribute artist Leticia Campos, Amy Winehouse Tribute Tania Alboni and George Michael tribute artist Rob Lamberti.
More tribute acts competing include Rebecca Porter as Adele, Jeff Dingle as Bruno Mars and Francesa Brown as Katy Perry.
Paddy McGuinness hosts the show, which airs at 7PM on Saturday night (September 16) on BBC One.
He said: “This show is a belter!
“A talent show that’s only about the talent – with the best tribute acts from around the world singing their hearts out.
“You’ll never have to fork out for expensive concert tickets again. You’ve got front row seats!”
Following this weekend’s one-off, a Christmas special will air later in the year.