Singers aim to impress The 100
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.