Celebrity sound-(or look)-a-likes compete for cash and prizes. Each contestant is introduced by their real-name and the singer they are emulating. They are each given roughly 3 minutes to ... See full summary »
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Michael Alch ...
 Joe Cocker (1999)
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Nicole Humphries ...
 Dancer (1999)
Jazmine Katrina ...
 Whitney Houston (1999)
Jillian Kekligian ...
 Britney Spears (1999)
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 Britney Spears (1999)
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 Himself - Host (1999-2000)
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 Himself - Host (2000)
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Celebrity sound-(or look)-a-likes compete for cash and prizes. Each contestant is introduced by their real-name and the singer they are emulating. They are each given roughly 3 minutes to impress the studio-audience with their singing ability and/or likeness to the celebrity. The performances are accompanied by elaborate stage-sets, dancers and full costuming. The winner of each show is determined by electronic-voting courtesy of the audience members, with each winner returning at a later date to compete in the grand-finals. Written by Anonymous

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I was very impressed with the background singers and dancers.
4 January 2002 | by See all my reviews

I have watched this T.V. show many times and was very impressed with the level of talent amongst the singers. Even more impressive was the background singers and dancers which added so much depth to the celebrity look-alikes original routine. Alfonso Ribeiro is so likeable and fun to watch

I am interested in purchasing a copy of a taping which contains a Gloria Gaynor look-alike singing "I Will Survive". How can I get a copy of this taping? I would appreciate any assistance in this matter. Thank you.

Aileen Lauritzen


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