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I Can See Your Voice green-lit for series 2 ALREADY

EXCLUSIVE: ‘An incredible ratings success!’ I Can See Your Voice green-lit for series 2 ALREADY… with Amanda Holden and Alison Hammond’s ‘chemistry’ a driving force

Freshman BBC Saturday night series I Can See Your Voice has been recommissioned for a second season, despite the show still being in its first run.

A source told MailOnline exclusively that the show – fronted by stars Amanda Holden, Alison Hammond, Jimmy Carr and Paddy McGuinness –  that BBC bosses see it as ‘a runaway success’, and are eager to get it back on screens for a sophomore run.

‘Due to the incredible ratings success of I Can See Your Voice, which has brought some much needed fun and laughter to Saturday night prime-time television, the show has already been recommissioned for a second series.

‘An incredible ratings success!’ I Can See Your Voice has been green-lit for series two already, with Amanda Holden [pictured] and Alison Hammond’s ‘chemistry’ a driving force

‘Amanda and Alison’s genuine on-air chemistry has proved to be a ratings winner with the [latest episode] peaking at 5.1 million. It’s a runaway success!’

The series has proven to add fun to those stuck at home as the Covid-19 pandemic trundles on in the UK, with restrictions for entertainment outside of one’s home still firmly in place.

I Can See Your Voice premiered in April and is based on the South Korean programme. 

The celebrity panel provide clues to contestants to eliminate bad singers from a group of six people, by guessing who they are without hearing them sing.  

A source told MailOnline: 'Amanda and Alison's [pictured] genuine on-air chemistry has proved to be a ratings winner with the [latest episode] peaking at 5.1 million. It¿s a runaway success!'

A source told MailOnline: ‘Amanda and Alison’s [pictured] genuine on-air chemistry has proved to be a ratings winner with the [latest episode] peaking at 5.1 million. It’s a runaway success!’

Glam: Amanda, 50, looked stunning as she appeared on the most recent edition of the show, in an outfit by Temperley London

Glam: Amanda, 50, looked stunning as she appeared on the most recent edition of the show, in an outfit by Temperley London

Amanda, 50, looked stunning as she appeared on the most recent edition of the show, in an outfit by Temperley London. 

The black semi-sheer ensemble teased the presenter’s lithe frame, with a black bra and body underneath.

She added see-through heels to the look, which offset the sparkling studs that bejeweled the gown.

Prime-time hit! The freshman BBC Saturday night series I Can See Your Voice has been recommissioned for a second season, despite the show still being in its first run

Prime-time hit! The freshman BBC Saturday night series I Can See Your Voice has been recommissioned for a second season, despite the show still being in its first run

Entertaining: Amanda and Alison, 46, didn't fail to put on a show as the credits rolled on this week's episode

Entertaining: Amanda and Alison, 46, didn’t fail to put on a show as the credits rolled on this week’s episode

Amanda is also expected to return to her long-standing role as Britain’s Got Talent judge next year, if the series returns as planned amid the pandemic.

This means she’ll continue to wake the nation up Monday-Friday on her Heart FM breakfast show, and remain a fixture on screens as part of prime-time Saturday night.

Amanda and Alison, 46, didn’t fail to put on a show as the credits rolled on this week’s episode. 

Busting a move: The Britain's Got Talent judge pouted as she focused on dancing to the beat in a pair of towering stilettos

Busting a move: The Britain’s Got Talent judge pouted as she focused on dancing to the beat in a pair of towering stilettos

Hysterical: Alison couldn't help but cackle with laughter as she watched Amanda throw herself into the routine

Hysterical: Alison couldn’t help but cackle with laughter as she watched Amanda throw herself into the routine

Getting out of their seats to dance along to Heather Small singing the M People hit Moving On Up, the pair spontaneously began to do the Running Man in unison.  

Busting a move behind Heather as she performed, Amanda and Alison both vigorously pulled their arms back and lifted their knees in sync.  

Putting her back into it, Amanda pouted as she focused on dancing to the beat in a pair of towering stilettos. 

I Can See Your Voice airs every Saturday on BBC One. 

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