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Tuesday 26 May 2015

Celebs line up to impersonate stars

Bobby Davro will impersonate different singers in Your Face Sounds Familiar
Bobby Davro will impersonate different singers in Your Face Sounds Familiar

Bobby Davro and Denise Lewis are set to star in new ITV singing contest Your Face Sounds Familiar.

ITV have announced their line up of six celebrities who will perform as different musical icons each week in front of a judging panel.

The contestants are Bobby, Denise, Pointless host and comedian Alexander Armstrong, Emmerdale actress Natalie Anderson, former EastEnder Cheryl Fergison, and This Morning's Matt Johnson.

It will be hosted by Alesha Dixon and Paddy McGuinness, with Emma Bunton and Julian Clary forming the judging panel.

Each week the 'Randomiser' will choose which singer the celebrity must impersonate and they are then awarded points, with the highest scorer getting a cash prize for a chosen charity.

Alesha said: "This show is going to be a lot of fun. I can't wait to see their transformations and spectacular performances. I know that Paddy and I are going to have our work cut out keeping them all in line."

John Barrowman is set to host the US version of the show, called Sing Your Face Off.

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