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NBC Gives Ex-Pop Stars ‘One More Time’ on Stage
LOS ANGELES ( “American Idol,” meet VH1 Classic.
NBC has greenlit production on a stateside version of the British series “Hit Me Baby One More Time,” in which former chart-topping singers get another chance to show their musical chops before a live audience. The show is scheduled to debut Thursday, June 2.
“This exciting new series will reunite the audience with some of their favorite classic musical performers and groups, who will play their hits and then compete against each other in an entertaining battle of the bands,” says Craig Plestis, who oversees alternative programming for NBC.
In the show, pop stars from the past few decades will sing one of their own hits and cover a current song. Audience voting will determine the winner.
NBC has ordered just three episodes thus far but could increase that number if it does well. The British show has performed solidly for commercial broadcaster ITV.
Vernon Kay, host of the U.K. show, will repeat that role for NBC. There’s no word yet on the list of performers; ITV’s show featured the likes of Tiffany, Howard Jones, Dr. and the Medics and Belinda Carlisle, along with former members of Cutting Crew, T’Pau, Kajagoogoo and Haircut 100.