Zespa brings Sing if You Can to China

18/01/2016

Zespa brings another entertainment singing and game show format to China's TV screens. This time, it is Zodiak Right's Sing if You Can, also known as Killer Karaoke in some territories with more extreme challenges.

The original version, hosted by Keith Lemon and Stacey Solomon was broadcast on ITV in 2011, featuring celebrities with nerves of steel giving it all they’ve got to sing beautifully, regardless of what was thrown at them - sometimes literally! Two teams go head-to-head in live solo, duet and group performances, to impress the judges for a chance to win a big prize for charity in the ultimate challenge. Performing under pressure, faced with wicked and cruel games, these celebrity contestants are guaranteed to hit all the wrong notes.

Zespa has picked this format up and adapted it to the tastes of today’s Chinese audience. The Chinese version of the show is scheduled to be produced and aired on national television in a primetime weekend slot in summer 2016 for 12 episodes.

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