Cat Deeley earnings to UK telly as horde of Sky’s new show Sing It after confirming SM:TV Live reunion with Ant and Dec

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CAT Deeley will return to UK radio as the presenter of Sky’s new show Sing It.

The former SM:TV Live horde will front the programme, which sees 30 groups sing but subsidy music.

Cat Deeley will return to UK radio as the presenter for Skys new show Sing It

Cat Deeley will return to UK radio as the presenter for Sky’s new show Sing It

Cat, 40, has been operative in America on shows like Big Star Little Star and So You Think You Can Dance.

She earnings UK radio for the first time given presenting Soccer Aid in 2014.

Her last full-time role was in 2011 for Britain’s chronicle of So You Think You Can Dance.

Cat said: “I couldn’t be some-more vehement about Sing It.

“I remember singing in choir, when we was a child and amatory every minute.

“We have the very best performers on the show – they have no subsidy marks and no instruments, just their own implausible voices and talent.

The presenter has been operative in America on shows like Big Star Little Star and So You Think You Can Dance

The presenter has been operative in America on shows like Big Star Little Star and So You Think You Can Dance

“The British a cappella stage is so sparkling and I’m anxious to be means to be a partial of it.”

Groups on the show will go head-to-head over 3 rounds shown on 7 episodes as the contestants belt out songs by the likes of The Weeknd, Coldplay and Mumford and Sons.



The former SM:TV Live horde will front the new programme, which sees 30 groups sing but subsidy music

The former SM:TV Live horde will front the new programme, which sees 30 groups sing but subsidy music

A Christmas singular and an manuscript are up for grabs for the propitious winner.

The smarts behind the X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent will manage Sing It.

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