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Ronan Keating to lead All Together Now chorus

Former X Factor judge joins Seven's upcoming singing show.

Ronan Keating is returning to Seven to lead the 100-strong chorus of upcoming singing show All Together Now.

In the UK the role was taken by ex-Spice Girl Geri Halliwell.

“This show is a massive hit in the UK and so much fun,” he said. “I jumped at the chance of being The 100 captain.

“I’m looking forward to seeing which acts can bring us to our feet and get us singing. Australia is like home to me so any chance to return here is a blessing.”

The show, based on a UK format, is hosted by Julia Zemiro and produced by Endemol Shine Australia. A winner will be awarded a $100,000 prize.

Boyzone have just confirmed they will split for good after their upcoming 25th Anniversary celebrations.

Channel Seven’s brand new singing show hosted by Julia Zemiro sees a range of talented singers (solos and groups) perform in front of The 100, a group made up of great singers and industry professionals with big voices and even bigger opinions.

If any of The 100 like what they hear, they can stand up, join in and sing along. The greater the number that join in, the higher the act’s score. Who can get them all on their feet singing along?

After making his debut as the lead singer of Boyzone, Ronan launched his hugely successful solo career in 1999. His 10 studio albums have sold over 22 million copies worldwide and produced countless hits including When You Say Nothing At All, Life Is A Rollercoaster and Lovin’ Each Day.

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  1. “This show is a massive hit in the UK”. Not according to UK ratings.
    “Saturday Night Takeaway easily topped the night’s numbers (over 7.8m). The Voice UK continued with over 5 million for its latest episode.
    After The Voice, Piers Morgan’s Life Stories with Pamela Anderson interested 2.4 million. Over on BBC One, Pointless Celebrities kicked off the night with 4.5 million, a figure that wasn’t bettered by anything else. New singing series All Together Now concluded its debut six-part run. 3.7 million watched the winner crowned”. (tellymix.co.uk)

  2. Very funny. But seriously just because it is a huge hit in the UK doesn’t mean it will be here. I cringe at the promos and think Julia Zemiro – what were you thinking?

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