Amanda Holden, Alison Hammond and Jimmy Carr returned to BBC One this evening for a Children in Need special of I Can See Your Voice. The trio were joined by Paddy McGuinness who hosted the segment as three BBC news and sport presenters stepped up to the mic in the play-along singing game show. However, Amanda couldn’t resist cheekily hitting out at co-star Alison.
Paddy introduced: “Welcome to I Can See Your Voice, it’s the Children in Need special.
“Now, could you tell a bad singer from a good one before they’ve even sung a note? That’s the aim of this game.
“Our celebrity investigators over there need to weigh up the evidence to find one bad singer from our line-up.”
“Jimmy,” Paddy continued. “You’ve got to spot a bad singer.”
When Mike Bushell stepped out, Alison commented: “He’s a good dancer,” and Amanda added: “He might have the moves but he doesn’t have the voice.”
Sharing her thoughts on Kate Silverton, Amanda said: “I reckon Kate can sing.”
“That’s a strong stance and she has a lovely voice,” Alison quipped.
Welsh radio and television presenter Jason Mohammad was the final contestant to be unveiled.
Published at Fri, 19 Nov 2021 21:37:00 +0000