Celebrity line-up announced for brand new entertainment show That’s My Jam
Each week two new teams of celebrities will join host Mo Gilligan and take on a variety of super-sized musical challenges, as they compete to be declared That’s My Jam champions
That’s My Jam is based on the original U.S. show hosted by Jimmy Fallon
PHOTO: Alesha Dixon, Michelle Visage, host Mo Gilligan, Jenna Ushkowitz and Kevin McHale
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Hosted by multi-BAFTA award-winning Mo Gilligan, TV’s biggest music game show, That’s My Jam will feature a stellar line up of celebrity guests on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, launching Saturday 17 December at 9.35pm.
Each week two new teams of celebrities will take on a host of super-sized musical challenges, as they compete to be declared That’s My Jam champions. Mo will push their singing abilities, performance skills and musical knowledge to the ultimate limit, as they blast their best vocals and bust their greatest moves in The Wheel of Impossible Karaoke, Magic Mic, Musical Genre Challenge, Take On Mo and Undercover Covers, before facing the mighty DoomBox in the epic end game, Slay It, Don’t Spray It!
Who has the rhythm and who will be left with the blues? Let the musical mayhem begin!
Kicking off the series in style, Mo will be joined by Singer-songwriter, author and TV personality Alesha Dixon; Emmy Award winning celebrity host and producer Michelle Visage; Actor, singer, producer and podcaster Jenna Ushkowitz (Glee); and Actor, Kevin McHale (Glee, Virtually Famous).
Forthcoming episodes of the brand-new series will feature guest stars:
• Singer-songwriter Aloe Blacc
That’s My Jam (8 x 60) is produced by Universal International Studios’ Monkey in partnership with Universal Television Alternative Studio for BBC One and BBC iPlayer. It was commissioned by Kate Phillips in her capacity as Director of Entertainment Commissioning at the BBC. The Executive Producers for Monkey are Will Macdonald and Andy Price. The Series Producer is Isabel Forte. The Commissioning Editor for the BBC is Pinki Chambers.
That’s My Jam is based on the original US show hosted by Jimmy Fallon, which is produced by Universal Television Alternative Studio, in association with Fallon’s production company, Electric Hot Dog, for NBC. The hit show is licensed by NBCUniversal Formats, which is also part of Universal International Studios.
Source BBC One
November 30, 2022 4:00am ET by BBC One