Simon Cowell will be launching a new ITV music show where singers compete for cash prizes.
Simon Cowell is expected to return to UK TV screens later this year with a brand new format called ‘Walk The Line’. The show will feature singers competing against each other to win cash prizes, with the amount increasing as the competition progresses.
Continuing the previous formats as seen in Britain’s Got Talent and The X Factor, the new series, will see musical acts perform in front of a panel of judges, led by Simon, 61.
Over the course of the six-part series, the top two performers of the evening will have one big decision – either to come home with the cash, or to “follow the line” and continue competing to try to dominate the standings – if they choose to continue, they will be confronted with a new group of artists.
While a quick cash prize might seem like a good idea, the jackpot increases the longer a participant stays on the show – although they can leave with nothing if they lose in the next singers round, that is. the risk he will have to take if they want to win the jackpot.
Walk The Line is the latest format from Cowell’s Syco Entertainment and will be produced for ITV in partnership with Lifted Entertainment, the ITV Studios banner behind Love Island and I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here !. It will be presented later this year.
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