Paddy McGuinness declares BBC’s I Can See Your Voice is ‘better than before’ in star-studded first look

BBC’s I Can See Your Voice is marking its second season with a bang.

The game show is presented by , with Amanda Holden,  and Jimmy Carr making up a team of investigators along with a guest singer, who will try and suss out whether somebody is a good or bad singer, solely based on their looks and performance.

If you ever thought about what would look like in reverse, then look no further!

The judging panel later guesses if a member of the public is a good singer before they’ve opened their mouth.

Fans can also look forward to new famous faces, including Eurovision winner Lulu, Steps star Richards and Brit Award winner Hill will join Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley.

The X Factor winner and West End star Alexandra Burke, Erasure’s Andy Bell, Simon Webbe from boy band Blue, and TV star Layton Williams to complete the line-up of guest music stars.

‘Better than before,’ says host Paddy (middle) (Picture: BBC)

In the trailer, Top Gear presenter Paddy says: ‘I Can See Your Voice is back, bigger and better. On a night of massive reveals, somebody will win £10,000.

‘With the help of our celebrity investigators, players will weigh up the evidence and ditch who they think are bad singers. Then it all comes down to one big moment.

‘If the last singer standing is good, the players win the money. But if they are bad, then that mystery singer steals the cash instead.

‘Will our players take home the money or can a bad singer bluff their way to the prize?’

‘This show is all about weeding the imposters.’ (Picture: BBC)
The panel needs to sort the tuneless from the vocally gifted (Picture: BBC / Thames)

The first series saw guest stars Ronan Keating, Nadine Coyle, Heather Small and Danny Jones take to the stage.

One of the rounds features a lip sync performance where the singers perform to a backing track, with the panel left to guess whether it’s their real voice or fake. 

Paddy explained to: ‘You’ve got to guess by how they hold the microphone, their mannerisms, little video clips we see of their home life, and lip-sync rounds.

‘You want to leave a good singer to the very end, and get rid of the bad singers all throughout the show.’

I Can See Your Voice will return this autumn on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

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