Here's all the juicy details about Vogue Williams' new talent show 4 months ago

Here's all the juicy details about Vogue Williams' new talent show

Vogue isn't the only famous face.

Vogue Williams is heading back to our TV screens, but this time it's for a brand new talent show.

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Virgin Media have confirmed the good news that Vogue's new show The Big Deal has wrapped filming and Vogue isn't the only famous face we'll see.

Alongside the Irish model, we'll get to see Boy George, Deirdre O’Kane, JLS's Aston Merrygold, Jedward, and Ireland's rising star Lyra all taking part on the judging panel.

And with Vogue taking the reins as host of the show, we're set to see them all take to our screens this coming autumn.

 

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The Big Deal is a very different take on the traditional talent show, where any type of talent can come along and show off their skills.

Once they've finished their performance, whether it's a song, dance or comedy act, performers are offered a deal. Sound familiar?

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Similar to Deal or No Deal, once they get offered the deal, they can either accept the money offered and leave with just that, or reject it and hope they can get through to the next round.

 

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They need to hope the judges are impressed enough and make it to the final, where contestants can be in with the chance of winning a whopping €50,000.

But there is still a catch, anyone taking part in the show can leave with €1,000 before finding out the voting results, but they won't still have the chance of finding out where they stand among the judges.

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BiggerStage’s creative director, the producer of the show for Virgin Media, Sean O’Riordan told Independent.ie: “This is wholly produced for Virgin Media Television so this is very much an Irish show."

“It’s been designed for the Irish market so what will happen is Fox will be looking at this and have a live stream to all of this. What they will do is, they will look at this show going out on air in September or October and fingers crossed, all going well, they will commission it for their market instantly. Then there will be an American version of this show made.”