First look at Paddy McGuiness in new music gameshow I Can See Your Voice

Joe Anderton
·2-min read
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Photo credit: BBC

From Digital Spy

I Can Hear Your Voice – a new BBC One music gameshow – launches next weekend, and it's a return to Saturday night TV for Paddy McGuinness, who previously hosted the infamously cringey dating show Take Me Out.

The new show has an interesting format; multiple singers will perform before two players and a panel of celebrities, including comedian Jimmy Carr, This Morning's Alison Hammond and Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden, but there's a few twists.

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Some of them are good singers and some of them are terrible, with the players and panellists having to figure out who fits into what category.

The twist is that everyone will be lip-syncing along to vocals that may or may not be their own, while bad singers will be able to lie about their own singing experience.

If the players want to win £10,000, they'll have to whittle down all the singers and make sure their final pick, who gets to perform with a different popstar every week, is an actually good singer. If their final choice is a bad singer, that person gets to steal all the money.

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

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We'll have to wait and see if the show is a hit or a dud, but anything with Alison Hammond in it is guaranteed to be fun.

I Can See Your Voice starts Saturday, April 1- at 7:20pm on BBC One.

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