Clash of the Choirs, the four episode reality TV mini-series, has been delivering solid ratings for NBC. With the success of the show, it’s no surprise that NBC has announced that it will be expanding the season finale to two hours. The additional hour will allow Clash of the Choirs to show longer background features and to include more songs.
With Dancing With The Stars, Survivor, and many other reality TV shows having already aired their finales for this year, what is a reality TV fan to do until all the new shows kick off in January. NBC has the answer with its four episode reality TV competition series Clash of the Choirs.
NBC has announced that Maria Menounos of the Today Show and Access Hollywood will host the new reality competition series Clash of the Choirs. Choirmasters for the show are Michael Bolton, Patti LaBelle, Nick Lachey, Kelly Rowland and Blake Shelton.
Michael Bolton, Patti Labelle, Nick Lachey, Kelly Rowland And Blake Shelton To Appear On Clash of The ChoirsNovember 14, 2007 12:04:36 by Joe Blackmon
NBC has announced that their upcoming new reality competition series
Clash Of The Choirs will feature five musical superstars. Michael
Bolton, Patti LaBelle, Nick Lachey, Kelly Rowland and Blake Shelton
have signed on to help create America’s "greatest" choir. The show
will air live from New York over four nights, premiering on December
17th and continuing through December 20th.
Another reality TV music series is coming. NBC has announced that
Clash of the Choirs for this fall. Clash of the Choirs is billed as
the next big live holiday event series. The show will follow five
celebrity singers as they go back to their hometowns in search of the
talent needed to assemble America’s best choir.