Britain Get Singing is to return to ITV1 for 2023 with a brand new special this festive season.
Coming to ITV1 and ITVX in December, the 90-minute show will support ITV’s groundbreaking mental health campaign Britain Get Talking.
It sees a number of groups comprised of stars from TV’s biggest shows going head-to-head in a spectacular sing-off.
They’ll be competing to win over the studio audience and members of the Super Panel.
Britain Get Singing line up
- Good Morning Britain’s Kate Garraway, Charlotte Hawkins, Alex Beresford, Laura Tobin and Dr Amir Khan
- Love Island’s Davide Sanclimenti, Zachariah Noble, Molly Marsh, Jacques O’Neill and Marcel Somerville
- Coronation Street’s Claire Sweeney, Vinta Morgan, Lisa George, Cherylee Houston and Mollie Gallagher
- The Masked Singer’s ChrIs Kamara (Ghost), Russell Watson (Cockroach) and Aled Jones (Traffic Cone)
- EastEnders’ Emma Barton, Heather Peace, Clair Norris, Matthew Morrison, Angela Wynter and Sid Owen
As for the judges, this year’s Super Panel is made up of The Masked Singer’s Jonathan Ross, Starstruk’s Adam Lambert, Britain’s Got Talent’s Alesha Dixon and The Voice UK’s will.i.am.
Roman Kemp hosts the show which will air this December on ITV1 and ITVX. A start date is confirmed shortly.
Recap last year’s show
In 2022, Loose Women were declared champions with their rendition of Bridge Over Troubled Water, but who has what it takes to impress this year and walk away victorious?
The contestants included Love Island’s Tasha Ghouri, Paige Thorne, Antigoni Buxton, Danica Taylor, Andrew Le Page and Luca Bish; The Chase’s Anne Hegerty, Jenny Ryan and Darragh Ennis; and Loose Women’s Coleen Nolan, Brenda Edwards, Denise Welch, Judi Love, Linda Robson and Kelle Bryan.
They were joined by two groups from soaps: Emmerdale’s Lisa Riley, Mark Charnock, Daisy Campbell, Jay Kontzle, Lawrence Robb, Bradley Johnson and Olivia Bromley; and Coronation Street’s Michael Le Vell, Sue Devaney, Daniel Brocklebank, Rob Mallard, Jodie Prenger, and Channique Sterling-Brown.
Alongside the performances, the special will also feature inspiring clips in which the stars discuss their own experiences of mental health.
Britain Get Singing airs this winter on ITV1 and ITVX.