Entertainer Bruce Forsyth is to return to BBC One with another star-studded Hall of Fame.
“I’m delighted to be doing Hall Of Fame again. It’s such a fabulous opportunity to make a variety show in a very modern way. And this year’s cast have some show-stopping numbers to entertain us.” – Sir Bruce Forsyth
Recording later this month at the Dominion Theatre, Sir Bruce will take to the stage alongside some of the UK’s best-loved entertainers to celebrate the artists who inspired their careers.
Joining Sir Bruce in paying tribute to their inspirations are award-winning comedian and actress Catherine Tate, actor, comedian, musician and Pointless presenter Alexander Armstrong, former Pussycat Doll Kimberley Wyatt, Australian film star, singer and dancer Adam Garcia, EastEnders actress and singer Shona McGarty, Britain’s Got Talent runner-up, magician and illusionist Jamie Raven, comedian and entertainer Jimmy Tarbuck and West-End musical sensation Beverley Knight.
“I am so excited about bringing back this one-off treat to BBC One hosted by the amazing Sir Bruce. It is a wonderful show and a unique celebration of famous and best-known names from the past and present.” – Mark Linsey, Controller of Entertainment Commissioning
Bruce’s Hall of Fame puts a modern twist on the most famous acts of all time. It’s a chance for today’s stars to pay homage to their heroes and find out what it’s like to perform as their showbiz legends would have done.