Singers aim to im­press The 100

The Western Star - - LIFE TV GUIDE -

All To­gether Now, Seven, Sun­day at 7pm

WITH 100 judges, a six-storey set and Ju­lia Zemiro (pic­tured) as host, it doesn’t get any big­ger than Seven’s new singing com­pe­ti­tion.

Headed up by pop star Ro­nan Keat­ing, The 100 is made up of singers and in­dus­try pro­fes­sion­als with big voices and opinions.

The aim of the com­pe­ti­tion is sim­ple: each act needs to get as many of The 100 singing along as they can. The more who join in, the higher they score. But since The 100 are a broad mix of ages, mu­sic back­grounds and opinions, get­ting them all join­ing in is no easy task.

Per­for­mances cover ev­ery genre from indie, soul, coun­try and jazz to rap, pop, folk and in­dige­nous mu­sic

This week, a sur­pris­ing per­for­mance di­vides the panel and a unique take on a clas­sic con­fuses the judges.

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