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Contestants compete for $1 million by selecting songs from a myriad of different genres, decades and artists and singing alongside a karaoke-style video screen where the music stops, the words will disappear and the singer must belt out the correct missing lyric. Written by IMDb editor

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10 of the biggest songs of all time. One million dollars. All you have to do is: Don't Forget The Lyrics!


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Best Format For a New Gameshow- Hit it Ricky Minor
31 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Take the question/money format from Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader, then change the questions to music & have the contestants sing the song including the answer (the missing lyrics) & you have a great format for an entertaining game show. Theme song is the catchy China Grove by the Dooby Brothers.

This format allows you to put in great music. Then you can come up with lots of folks who like to sing, & they even get to work with a live band. You also give them some help so they can win more money.

What puts this over the top is the logical choice of Wayne Brady to host. I am a big fan of Wayne & considering his experience singing on Whose Line is it anyways, he is the absolute best choice to host this show. He often ad-libs some of his brilliant comedy into his hosting job. Brady is one of the best ad-lib people in the business today.

I love every one I have seen & I hope this has a long run with FOX. I have a message for the network- Don't Forget the ratings this show will get if you keep it running. This is a winner, as it has all the elements it needs from the great host to a great game format.

This will last longer & better than the 5th Grader because it is more entertaining. 5th Grader is cute but wears out it's welcome. I would advise against me being a contestant on here. My wife has banned me from singing period. She said my voice would kill the ratings if I were to appear. I'd love to meet with Wayne Brady on stage, stay tuned.


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