Don't Stop Me Now is the game show where everyone in the audience thinks they're a superstar and wants the chance to prove it. Our studio is full of stand-up comics, singers and variety acts all hoping that they'll get called onto the stage to perform in front of the nation and win £25,000. The only downside is that if they're not as good as they think they are, they'll be ejected from the show. Literally. We're talking trap doors, horizontal bungees and exploding stages. The winner is quite simply the Last Act Standing. The rest of the audience act as judge and jury: Every member of the studio audience has a voting keypad and the moment more than half of them have had enough, it's all over for our performer. Written by
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Alternate-language version of Todo el mundo es bueno