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Season 1 / Episode 1 and airs on 01 March 2017 20:00
Award winning actress and comedienne Dawn French is to host Little Big Shots, a brand new series on ITV based on the hit US format.Little Big Shots shines the spotlight on some of the world's most talented children. With no prizes at stake, no winners or losers and no competition, this programme is simply a showcase for three to thirteen year olds to take to the stage and show that you don't have to be a grown-up to be a star performer.
Extraordinary kids featured in this episode include an incredible 9-year-old "piano man," yodeler, rock band, orchestra conductor, jazz singer from Norway and 6-year-old dancer who became a viral sensation. Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey executive produce the comedy/variety series that celebrates phenomenal children, with Steve going to toe to toe with them in hilarious and heartwarming interviews.
Packed with more talented kids than ever in one show, this entertaining episode features a 7-year-old theater critic, a pool prodigy and an 11-year-old girl who is the youngest dancer on Janet Jackson's tour. Also featured are a ballet duo, a mini Steve Irwin, a 7-year-old rapper, a super speedy cup stacker, a drum line major, an incredible 6-year-old limbo skater from India and more.
Amazing new kid acts and never-before-seen footage are featured in this special episode that highlights some of the show's most popular acts. Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey executive produce this comedy/variety series hosted by Harvey, who goes toe to toe with the kids in hilarious conversations and interviews.
On the first show of the brand new series are: Ballroom and Latin dancing sensations Joshua and Kerry, 9 from Ireland; gifted pianist Leo, 8 from Manchester; internet dance superstar Balang, 7 from the Philippines; football fanatic Braydon, also 7 from Warrington; the phenomenally talented jazz singer Angelina, 10 from Norway and Kung-Fu warrior Junayde, 7 from London.
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