Karaoke kings and queens are being asked to take part in a BBC singing pilot show which could be given prime time Saturday night viewing.
All Together Now is looking for members of the public who love performing in front of a live audience, with casting taking place now.
The show will see amateur performers take to the stage to perform in front of an audience of 100 great singers.
If any of the 100 like what they hear, they can stand up and join in. The greater the number that sing along, the higher the contestant’s score.
It is being put together by Remarkable TV, part of Endemol Shine UK.
Remarkable managing director James Fox said the format is more akin to a “singing tournament” than the search-for-a-star formats already out there.
He described it as a warm-hearted show in which the spectacle and “wall of sound” created by the hundred singers standing up to join in with the best performers will cause a “hairs on the back of your neck moment”.
The pilot was ordered by controller of entertainment commissioning Kate Phillips and commissioning editor Rachel Ashdown, and if successful, will be destined for the hallowed Saturday night slot on BBC1.
Mr Fox said: “All Together Now is the ultimate in feel-good entertainment with big voices, big laughs and even bigger personalities. We can’t wait to get everyone up on their feet and singing along!”
The format was devised by Remarkable Television’s in-house creative team.
Remarkable is responsible for a raft of game show formats including Channel 4’s The Million Pound Drop and BBC1’s Pointless.
Auditions are being held throughout April and May with a final application deadline set for May 19.
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