RTE’s new Last Singer Standing game show starring Nicky Byrne and Nadine Coyle gets a release date

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A brand new singing game show featuring a host of famous faces will hit our screens within weeks.

Last Singer Standing will debut on RTE One on October 23 with contestants vying for a salary of €25,000.

Hosted by former Westlife singer Nicky Byrne, the program will also see Nadine Coyle, Joey Fatone and Samantha Mumba join as “Pop Panelists”.

The Saturday night singing game show will run for eight weeks and culminate in a grand finale in December.

RTE describes the show as one “for the whole family to enjoy” and it asks contestants “to have tactics as well as talent as the singers compete in a test of singing ability and nerve”.

Produced by ShinAwiL, the series will only see one singer from each show qualify for the final.



Nicky Byrne will host the new game show.

Competitors will “fight both musically and mentally as they strive to impress the panel of popstars, the studio audience and each other in order to earn that coveted spot in the Grand Finals,” RTE adds.

Host Nicky Byrne said the show will have voyeurs on the edge of their seats as it is “fast-paced, thrilling and full of danger”.

“Our singers are facing challenges like never before in their bid for the top prize. The superstar pop panel of Nadine, Joey and Samantha are talented, quick-witted and full of personality,” he said. .

“It’s a fresh new show and I think viewers will take it to heart on Saturday night.”

Nadine Coyle said: “I loved the idea with this show of how quickly participants might have to adapt to a song they don’t know in the original key in a high pressure situation – it is exciting to watch.

“I’m so impressed with the singing talent that’s on offer in Ireland, and I love that people get the chance to show it off on Last Singer Standing.”

Samantha Mumba described the contest as “a refreshing and fun concept and a spin on a traditional type of talent show”, which made her want to get involved.

“It’s always a pleasure to come home for work, because it’s also connected to seeing family and friends. Not coming home a lot over the past few years has made it even more special,” he said. she declared.

Joey Fatone added, “Last Singer Standing is a fun singing competition with a game show element and requires clever use of strategy from the contestants.

“Contestants have to choose from categories, which narrows things down and gives singers fewer songs to choose from…it’s going to be really exciting for people back home to watch.”

Last Singer Standing kicks off on RTE One on Saturday October 23.

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