Tuesday, 26 February 2019

Daniel Brocklebank confirmed for All Star Musicals

We know him as Billy the vicar in Coronation Street, but now Corrie actor Daniel Brocklebank will be joining the new series of ITV's All Star Musicals.

Along with Daniel Brocklebank will be Only Fools and Horses' Tessa Peake-Jones, broadcaster Alan Titchmarsh, money expert Martin Lewis, I’m a Celebrity: Extra Camp host Joel Dommett, comedian London Hughes and Emmerdale actress Amy Walsh.

The seven contestants will be taking to the stage at the London Palladium to perform an iconic musical number. They'll also be aiming to impress the star panel of judges who will combine their scores with the public vote to determine who is the All Star Musicals champion.

Each of the celebrities will be mentored by Elaine Paige, who will be joined by Broadway icon, Tony and Emmy-winner Kristin Chenoweth, Strictly dancer Kevin Clifton and West End star Trevor Dion Nicholas.

This year's one-off show will be hosted by Doctor Who star and I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! campmate John Barrowman, who will also give a special performance.

On joining the show, Daniel Brocklebank said: "My motivation for doing the show was to do something that took me out of my comfort zone. Coronation Street is such a wonderful place to work and as a result you feel very safe. You know the cast and crew inside out as we all work together every day. This sort of show breaks all those rules and forces you in to a new situation."

All Star Musicals returns to ITV this spring.

Last year the show was won by Corrie's Lucy Fallon singing Don't Cry For Me Argentina. She was magnificient!

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