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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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A complete fake in the part of the Fox Network
2 January 2008 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

Now then, the concept is simple and it's appealing, I have to agree. but there is one problem. This show has professional actors as contestants, is it trying to say that it is a fake just like the 1950's quiz show scandals? In my opinion, yes, it is as fake as Twenty-One back then. Are they trying to make a new scandal for us to remember? Are they celebrating the '50th anniversary of the quiz show scandals'? If they can get contestants that are NON actors and have them win, it would be an accomplishment and I would have given a higher rating, but with this many people whom of which are actors, I say it is just a scripted show. And for the FOX Network, their money hungry pigs who are good only for knee jerk reactions against other networks.


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