In All Star Musicals Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff hosts an all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza at the London Palladium.
Under the guidance of West End star Michael Crawford, seven well-known faces take to the stage to perform iconic numbers for hit musicals. Sir Tony Robinson takes on the role of gangster Nicely Nicely Johnson from Guys and Dolls. Coronation Street actor Lucy Fallon takes to the stage as Eva Peron and sings the classic Don’t cry for me Argentina. Athlete Denise Lewis dons her tap dancing shoes for her rendition of Anything Goes from the musical of the same name.
Actor Sally Phillips (pictured) embraces the role of cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle as she sings a classic from My Fair Lady. Taking on a song from one of the biggest musicals in history – Les Miserables – is Emmerdale’s Michael Parr. The Thick of It star Rebecca Front performs the title song from the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Tell Me on a Sunday.
Journalist Nicky Campbell assumes the role of Billy Flynn in a number from Chicago. At the end of the show, which celebrity will the theatre audience decide has impressed them most with their singing and dancing skills?
All Star Musicals airs Sunday 24 December 2017 from 6.40pm on ITV.