BBC’s I Can See Your Voice is back!  Game show singing to welcome a crowd
BBC’s I Can See Your Voice is back! Game show singing to welcome a crowd

BBC’s I Can See Your Voice is back! Game show singing to welcome a crowd

I Can See Your Voice returns to BBC One for Season 2 this autumn.

Presented by Paddy McGuinness, the Mystery game show sees players navigate a series of rounds, guessing from a group of people who can and can’t sing.

There will also be a host of special guests including Steps’ Claire Richards, The X Factor’s Alexandra Burke, Becky Hill and Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley.

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Other guests include Lulu, Erasure’s Andy Bell, Blue’s Simon Webb and West End and TV star Leighton Williams.

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Supporting special guests will be Amanda Holden, Jimmy Carr and Allison Hammond in each episode.

Each week, guests go through a series of rounds guessing who can or can’t sing before revealing in a big way if they’re right.

Guests: The show features a number of special guests including Steps’ Claire Richards (left), The X Factor’s Alexandra Burke, Becky Hill (right) and Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley.

With the help of celebrity investigators and special guests, they make guesses based on many clues, clips, questions and lip-synced performances.

Contestants eliminate one person in each round and then leave one person standing.

Those they choose as good singers are left to sing a duet with that week’s special guest, where it will be revealed if they can actually sing.

Rigorous: Each week, guests go through a series of rounds to guess who can or can’t sing, then it’s time to see if they’re right.

If they guess correctly, they win the prize, but if they guess wrong, the singer can steal the prize.

The show also has an American version, originally started in South Korea and has both American and British adaptations.

I Can See Your Voice will return to BBC One this autumn.

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