Coronation Street’s Daniel Brocklebank, Martin Lewis and Emmerdale’s Amy Walsh sign up for All Star Musical series two

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ALL Star Musicals has confirmed the line up for its second series, which includes a host of soap stars including Daniel Brocklebank and Amy Walsh.

The cast will be aiming to impress the audience and star panel by performing an iconic musical theatre number at London’s Palladium.

Amy Walsh stars in Emmerdale
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Emmerdales Amy Walsh is set to take part in the one-off show[/caption]

Along with Coronation Street’s Daniel Brocklebank and Emmerdale’s Amy Walsh, money expert Martin Lewis has also been confirmed.

They will be taking to the stage with TV presenter Alan Titchmarsh Only Fools and Horses actress Tessa Peake Jones, I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp host Joel Dommett, and comedian London Hughes.

Each of the celebrities will be mentored by vocal powerhouse Elaine Paige as they prepare for this once in a lifetime performance.

In addition to Elaine, who is perhaps best known for her turn in Cats, the celebs will also be joined by Broadway icon Kristin Chenoweth, dance sensation Kevin Clifton and West End star Trevor Dion Nicholas.

Elaine Paige
Singing legend Elaine Paige will be mentoring the new recruits
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Alan Titchmarsh
The line up for the new All Star Musical has been announced
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Martin Lewis
Money Expert Martin Lewis is also set to take part in the singing competition
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All Star Musical experts
Kevin Clifton, Kriston Chenoweth and Trevor Dion Nicholas will mentor the celebs
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Daniel Brocklebank
Corronation Streets Daniel Brocklebank is set to take part in the new show
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Comedian London Hughes will also be singing her heart out hoping to be crowned the winner
Joel Dommett
Im A Celeb Extra host Joel Dommett will be hoping he can sing to wing
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Speaking ahead of the show, Corrie star Daniel said: “My motivation for doing the show was to do something that took me out of my comfort zone.

“I love singing. I sing at home all the time but in 25 years of being an actor I’ve never really used my voice in this way. It’s always good to try something new & push your boundaries.”

After each celebrity performance, the panel will give a score and at the end of the night the star with the most votes will be declared the winner.

Presented by John Barrowman, the one-off show will air on ITV and feature special performances from John and all of the all-star panel.


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