When Is The Big Nhs Singalong Live On Itv, Who’s Presenting And What Is The Show About?

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GET ready to have a sing-song with ITV’s Big NHS Singalong Live.

But when is it on? And who is hosting it? Here’s what we know…

ITV Get ready for ITV’s Big NHS Singalong Live

When is the Big NHS Singalong Live on TV?

This one-off show will be shown on ITV TOMORROW (July 4, 2018).

You can catch it at 9pm.

If you miss it you can watch it again on the ITV Hub.

ITV The show is hosted by sara Cox and Ashley Banjo

Who’s presenting Big NHS Singalong Live?

The show is presented by Sara Cox and Ashley Banjo.

Sara Cox

Sara, 43, shot to fame in the early 90s on TV show The Girly Show.

She is now well-known for her radio career.

In 1991, she joined BBC Radio 1 where she hosted with Emma Boughton and launched the Sunday Surgery show with Dr Mark Hamilton.

After landing the huge Radio 1 Breakfast Show presenter role, she grew the audience to 7.8 million listeners.

She hosted her final radio show in 2003, leaving the job behind with her last track: “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life”.

Cox is also regularly heard on BBC Radio 2, where she hosts her own show on Saturday evenings.

ITV The show is a one-off ITV special

Ashley Banjo

Ashley is an English street dancer, choreographer and actor born October 4, 1988.

He found fame in 2009 when his dance group Diversity won the third series of ITV talent show Britain’s Got Talent – beating off hot favourite Susan Boyle, who came second.

Since then Ashley has enjoyed much success as a TV star.

This includes fronting The Real Full Monty show and also being a judge on Dancing On Ice.

ITV Tony Hadley will be taking part in the big event

What will happen on Big NHS Singalong Live?

A brand new one-off ITV event will capture the NHS Choir being joined by popstars and celebrities in a unique, live singalong celebrating the NHS 70th anniversary.

The 60-minute special following the mammoth task of assembling a choir mixing unsung NHS heroes from all over the country with singers from the pop world to try to break the world record for the biggest live singalong ever.




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