Amanda Holden and Paddy McGuinness to front hilarious new BBC talent show I Can See Your Voice

AMANDA Holden and Paddy McGuinness are set to front a hilarious new BBC talent show called I Can See Your Voice.

The comedian and Heart radio host will star on the brand new mystery gameshow, which will air on BBC One this Spring.

The show have released a trailer to get fans pumped for the new music guessing game show.

It began with presenter Paddy, 47, who said: "Imagine a big new musical game show where all you have to do to win, is keep the good singers, and ditch the bad ones."

However, there is a twist as Top Gear presenter Paddy continued: "It sounds simple, but not if you can't hear them sing."

Paddy is accompanied by three Celebrity Investigators – king of comedy Jimmy Carr, 48, the inimitable Alison Hammond, 46, and national treasure Amanda Holden, 50.


The trailer gave a tease of what we can expect from the show and it will feature lots of music, comedy and play-along fun for the whole family.

This is the show that promises a whole new take on the singing game show genre.

A first look picture shows the panel with singer Fleur East, who is the show's first guest panellist.

This is the latest project in the pipeline for Paddy, who graces screens every week as the co-host of Top Gear alongside Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris.

Holden is the co-host of the Heart Breakfast radio show with Jamie Theakston and released her debut studio album, Songs from My Heart last year.


Amanda appeared on ITV's DNA Journey alongside Alan Carr earlier this month.

She broke down in tears when she discovered one of her relatives was a founding member of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, which she is now an ambassador for.

An executive for the home, told her: "We’ve got something really quite interesting to tell you about an ancestor of yours, Thomas, who had a real connection with Battersea.”

He revealed that her distant relative Thomas was appointed Battersea’s first chief executive in 1877 and he was a real part of the history of the charity.

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