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TV's Funniest Music Moments (2008)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy | Music  -  13 April 2008 (UK)
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William Roache ...
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Craig Phillips ...
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Janette Krankie ...
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Ian Tough ...
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Andy Kane ...
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Michelle Bass ...
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Jocelyn Brown ...
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Ruth Pearson ...
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Dee Dee Wilde ...
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The Spice Boys (archive footage)
Culture Club ...
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Himself - Seona Dancing (archive footage)
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TV's Funniest Music Moments
25 April 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This was another one-off documentary looking back on all the pop stars and celebrities who have had embarrassing but very amusing faults in their singing performances on TV, whether live or in a music video. Narrated by Sue Perkins, this programme included the Top 5 Funniest Music Videos (I can only remember that "Save Your Love" by Renee and Renato was one), live stage performances from Britney Spears, Soft Cell and some others, Big Brother 5's Michelle Bass (intreviewed) and her version of "Pie Jesus", Coronation Street's Ken Barlow, William Roache (interterviewed) and his embarrassing performance on This Morning, kids' TV remakes of great songs, and much more to make us laugh and cringe. Good!


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