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I Can See Your Voice 2021 episodes and how new BBC One show works

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I Can See Your Voice is the new BBC game show with a musical twist - here's all you need to know.

I Can See Your Voice is hosted by Paddy McGuinness who is joined by celebrity investigators Jimmy Carr, Alison Hammond and Amanda Holden.

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Each week the celebrities, joined by a special guest, will help a team of two players tell the difference between good and bad mystery singers, without ever hearing them sing a note.

With £10,000 on the line, the players attempt to weed out the bad singers based on a series of clues, interrogation and lip-sync performances.

The last mystery singer standing will reveal if they are a good or a bad singer in a duet with that week's guest, resulting in either a magical musical moment or a comedy collaboration!

If the players picked a good singer, they win the money, but if a bad singer managed to fake it all the way to the end, they steal the £10,000.

I Can See Your Voice begins on Saturday, 10 April at 7:20PM on BBC One and continues weekly on TV and online via the BBC iPlayer.

I Can See Your Voice episodes

The series has eight episodes.

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Episode 1 - 10 April
This week, Danny Jones from McFly brings his expertise to help spot the imposters. Lee and John from Sheffield try to spot the fakes and win £10,000, hoping to take their children to Disneyland. But with a line-up including a singing rugby player, a 90s diva and a teacher, they may have their work cut out.

Episode 2 - 17 April
This episode the panel are joined by guest star Nadine Coyle. This time, sisters Jen and Nadine from London are hoping to use their detective skills to spot the imposters and win £10,000. But with a line-up including a singing plumber, a cruise ship star and nail technician, it may be tougher than they think!

Episode 3 - 24 April
This week's guest Ronan Keating. Father and son Shash and Saaj from Crawley try to use their detective skills to tell the good singers from the bad and win £10,000. With a line-up including a singing boxer, an actor and a doctor, they may have their work cut out. Being expert Bollywood dancers, Shash and Saaj also teach the panelists how to bust a move.

Episode 4 - 1 May
Guest star for week four is Fleur East as best best mates Anton and Duban from London try to tell the difference between the good and bad mystery singers, without ever hearing them sing a note. If Anton and Duban pick a good singer, they win the money, but if a bad singer manages to fake it all the way to the end, they steal the £10,000. This time, the line-up includes a singing acrobat, a princess and a karate champion.

Episode 5 - 8 May
Brother and sister Leanne and Billy from Stamford try to spot the imposters and win £10,000, with help from celebrity investigators Jimmy Carr, Alison Hammond and Amanda Holden. But with a line-up including a singing student and a personal trainer it may be harder than they think! This week's guest star is Louise Redknapp.

Episode 6 - 15 May
Caitlin and Kristen from Warrington are hoping to use their detective skills to spot the imposters and win £10,000. But with a line up including a singing wrestler, a model and a dentist it may be trickier than they thought! This week's guest star is Heather Small.

Episode 7 - 22 May
In this episode, brothers Joe and Dan from Middlesbrough are hoping to spot the impostors and win a cash prize. But with a line-up including a singing scientist, a prison officer and an electrician, it may be tougher than they thought. The music star in this episode is Alexandra Burke.

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Episode 8 - 29 May
This week’s music star is Ricky Wilson from the Kaiser Chiefs. Team GB Paralympian Sophie and her boyfriend Josh from Sheffield try to spot the imposters and win £10,000. But with a line-up including a singing chef, a life coach and a salesman, it may be trickier than they thought.

I Can See Your Voice airs on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Saturday nights from 10 April at 7:20PM.

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