Next Episode of Got What It Takes? is
Season 2 / Episode 4 and airs on 28 February 2017 16:55
Lauren Platt guides eight teen singers through the music industry, with a twist, there mum's are judging them all the way through the competition.
Having been crowned champion of Got What It Takes?, our winner is put through their paces a final time before their ultimate performance at Radio 1's Big Weekend. Performance coach Kevin Adams ensures they have the stage presence and skills to match their singing prowess with a confidence lesson beforehand. Stylist to the stars Ayishat Akanbi is also on hand to style it out, to make sure they look the part on the Introducing stage. There is a surprise in store when they arrive at Radio 1's Big weekend, when there is some last-minute advice from a famous face. Music maestro David Tench and presenter Lauren Platt are also there to guide them, as they take to the stage to prove, once and for all, they have got what it takes.
Eight young singers and their mums arrive at the music mansion where presenter Lauren Platt reveals the exciting prize they will all be competing for. With help from music maestro David Tench, the group must learn to put their own spin on an Adele song. The competition begins with a visit from boy band legend Tony Mortimer of East 17, who challenges the contestants to write their own songs. Games guru Kevin Adams tests the determination of the mums in a fierce zorbing race where they have to look the part - but which three competitors will get a chance to perform in this week's sing-off?
The eight young singers perform a popular song by Justin Bieber. The pressure is on when the group head to BBC Radio 1 to be interviewed by radio DJ Nick Grimshaw and must impress both Nick and his producer. Things get messy for the mums when they race against the clock in a challenging assault course in order to win their child that final place in the end of show sing-off.
The eight young singers face the challenge of adapting a rock song by Imagine Dragons to their own style. Emotions run high in the Music Mansion when Britain's Got Talent finalist Calum Scott pays a visit to judge the singers on their performance style while the mums hop into action, competing to win their child the third and final place in the end of show sing-off.
The eight young singers compete to perform an emotional song by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth. Vlogger Bethan Leadley, aka Musical Bethan, challenges the singers to connect with their fan base by pairing off to create an entertaining and engaging vlog. Several of the mums face their fears as they 'scale the charts' hoping to secure a spot for their child in the end of show sing-off.
The singers need all the help they can get from David Tench as they face their most challenging song yet. Half of pop-rock sensation The Vamps arrives at the music mansion to test how our eight young singers handle distractions, and mums are not only competing to win their child a spot in the end of show sing-off - but also trying to protect them from being gunged!
Lauren Platt(Lauren Platt)
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