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David Tennant goes breaking hearts as Kiki Dee for new Sky 1 show

Published 21/10/2015

Kaiser Chiefs' Ricky Wilson as Elton John, and former Doctor Who star David Tennant as Kiki Dee, as they will kick off Sky 1's latest show in style with a re-enactment of the classic duet, Don't Go Breaking My Heart
Kaiser Chiefs' Ricky Wilson as Elton John, and former Doctor Who star David Tennant as Kiki Dee, as they will kick off Sky 1's latest show in style with a re-enactment of the classic duet, Don't Go Breaking My Heart
David Tennant dresses up as Kiki Dee

Former Doctor Who star David Tennant is kicking off Sky 1's latest show in style: dressed as Elton John's other half, Kiki Dee, from the duet Don't Go Breaking My Heart.

Tennant joins Bring The Noise's host, Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson, who dons a wig and suit to portray Sir Elton.

Former X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger and singer Tinie Tempah are team captains on the entertainment show, which will feature live performances and celebrity guests each week.

Scherzinger told Tennant, a guest on the first episode: "David, you look pretty as a girl..."

Wilson, who is also a coach on BBC's The Voice, said: "I'm no stranger to music based TV shows with a competitive element, but this is taking music TV to another level.

"Swing by the off licence, phone for a takeaway, and settle in with Bring The Noise."

Sky 1's Bring The Noise starts on 22 October at 9pm.

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