FANS are gearing up for the second episode of BBC’s latest guessing gameshow I Can See Your Voice.
The BBC series began last weekendCredit: @seeyourvoicebbc/Twitter
What time is I Can See Your Voice on TV?
I Can See Your Voice began on Saturday, 10 April at 7:20PM on BBC One.
Episode two of the guessing game meets singing contest hybrid will air 15 minutes later than last week, at the time of 7:35pm today (Saturday, 17 April).
This is due to live coverage of Manchester City’s FA Cup semi-final clash with Chelsea at Wembley.
Paddy McGuiness hosts the show alongside the celebrity judgesCredit: BBC
How can I watch it?
The show will always feature on BBC One, most commonly at 7:20pm, it has only been altered this weekend because of the live sporting event prior.
The show is available to watch on demand via BBC Iplayer should you miss any of the episodes as they air, with the series set to run for eight episodes.
What happens in I Can See Your Voice?
Inspired by the original South Korean show, I Can See Your Voice sees members of the public compete in teams of two with the aim of spotting the difference between the good and the bad mystery singers – though they can’t actually hear them.
Slowly, one by one the numbers of singers will be whittled down until we find out whether the final singer can actually hold a tune when they have a duet with the guest musical celebrity.
The competitive element means that if the two players, who are helped by the celebrity judges, manage to expose the talented singer – they win the cash prize.
However, if a bad singer evades detection, then they end up stealing the money for themselves.
Show rules dictate that only the bad singers can lie about their musical talent, the good singers are forced to remain truthful.
Each episode boasts four rounds, the opening round is called First Impressions where we meet the six mystery singers for the first time.
The team of two will then have to try and decipher who is good just from their name, appearance and some clues given via shots of them outside of the studio.
Round Two is called Lip Sync, where the remaining contestants take to the stage to mime a song. The good singers will be lip-syncing to their own voices while the bad ones will be doing it to someone else’s.
The third round gives the team of two a chance to find out more about two singers of their choice, while the final round – dubbed “Interrogation”, sees the guessers have just 30 seconds to interrogate the final two singers and will have a list of 15 questions they can ask them within the time limit.
Jimmy Carr is one of the main judges on the showCredit: BBC
Who are the judges on I Can See Your Voice?
The show boasts three regular judges, along with a new celebrity guest judge each week.
Jimmy Carr spoke about relishing the chance to show viewers his versatility, saying: “It’s a slightly different side of me on this, It’s a very friendly show, and we all got along from the get go.
“It feels quite joyful, I get up and dance during this, it’s very much like meeting me at a wedding.”
When asked about I Can See Your Voice, Amanda Holden claimed: “It kind of goes against everything we as a society have been taught.
Which is, ‘Try not to judge anything by its appearance.’ But that’s exactly what we’re doing, because it’s all we’ve got.”
Meanwhile, Alison Hammond conceded that even she had her doubts over I Can See Your Voice when she was first pitched the idea, she said: “You look at it and even I was like, how is this going to work? And then for some reason, it just worked like a jigsaw.”
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