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I HAVE A DREAM: MUSICAL COMPETITION FORMAT SHELVED BY ITV AFTER ONE SERIES

ITV have opted not to recommission musical competition format I Have A Dream for a second series, The Sun reports. The first series' prize was the chance to play the integral roles of Sophie and Sky in Mamma Mia.



The series, which aired last Autumn on Sunday evenings on ITV1, was hosted by Zoe Ball, alongside judges comedian and TV personality Alan Carr, singer-songwriter Jessie Ware, Olivier Award-winner Amber Riley, and Samantha Barks, a star of Frozen in London’s West End.



Set within the beautiful backdrop of the idyllic Greek islands, viewers had front row seats as the contestants will be judged and mentored by guest industry stars through unique workshops, masterclasses and performances, as they aimed to cast these highly sought after roles.


Host Zoe Ball said on BBC Radio 2: "We’re not going back to Corfu. This time last year we were packing our bags to go there but - and it’s a shame."



Mamma Mia: I Have A Dream is available to stream on ITVX.



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