ITV announces the new cast of stars who will be taking to the stage in this year's Britain Get Singing - the Christmas TV extravaganza created and produced by Lifted Entertainment (part of ITV Studios), airing this festive season on ITV1 and ITVX. Last year, Loose Women were declared champions with their rendition of Bridge Over Troubled Water but who has what it takes to impress this year and walk away victorious?
Hosted by Roman Kemp, Britain Get Singing will see five groups made up of stars from TV's biggest shows - Good Morning Britain, Love Island, Coronation Street, The Masked Singer and EastEnders - take to the stage in a bid to deliver a show-stopping performance.
The groups will put their vocal prowess to the test as they look to not only impress the studio audience but a Super Panel made up of some of TV's most iconic judges. This year, The Masked Singer's Jonathan Ross joins the Super Panel alongside Adam Lambert, Alesha Dixon and will.i.am
The groups who will go head-to-head in this spectacular sing-off are:
Good Morning Britain's Kate Garraway, Charlotte Hawkins, Alex Beresford, Laura Tobin and Dr Amir Khan
Love Island's Davide Sanclimenti, Zachariah Noble, Molly Marsh, Jacques O'Neill and Marcel Somerville
Coronation Street's Claire Sweeney, Vinta Morgan, Lisa George, Cherylee Houston and Mollie Gallagher
The Masked Singer's ChrIs Kamara (Ghost), Russell Watson (Cockroach) and Aled Jones (Traffic Cone)
EastEnders' Emma Barton, Heather Peace, Clair Norris, Matthew Morrison, Angela Wynter and Sid Owen
Supporting ITV's groundbreaking mental health campaign, Britain Get Talking, this festive TV event will once again include inspiring moments in which the stars discuss their own experiences of mental health.
Britain Get Singing is filmed at dock10 studios and has been commissioned for ITV by Katie Rawcliffe, ITV's Head of Entertainment Commissioning, Paula Thomas Gallie, ITV Entertainment Commissioning Editor. The special will be produced by Lifted Entertainment (part of ITV Studios) and the Executive Producers are Lee McNicholas and Simon Marsh.