Love Island stars in massive reunion for Britain Get Singing – but two huge names are missing | The Sun

LOVE Island's stars will be reunited on stage tonight for ITV's Britain Get Singing.

The 90-minute special will see a group from some of the broadcaster's biggest show competing in a sing-off.


The Love Island group is made up of Tasha Ghouri, Andrew Le Page, Danica Taylor, Paige Thorne, Luca Bish and Antigoni Buxton.

The last name on the list is perhaps no surprise as the 26-year-old is a professional singer.

But there were some glaring absences too – most notably the winners, Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti, who are not appearing.

There is also no Gemma Owen, who recently announced she and Luca has split.

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Two other 2022 finalists – Indiyah Polack and Dami Hope, who finished third this year – are not appearing either.

The special show, which was filmed in October, also includes groups from The Chase, Loose Women, Emmerdale and Corrie.

The Chase group includes Anne Hegerty, Darragh Ennis and Jenny Ryan – who performed on X Factor: Celebrity.

Loose Women’s Coleen Nolan, Brenda Edwards, Denise Welch, Judi Love, Linda Robson and Kelle Bryan also perform.

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For Emmerdale, Lisa Riley, Mark Charnock, Daisy Campbell, Jay Kontzle, Lawrence Robb, Bradley Johnson and Olivia Bromley are singing.

The Coronation Street group comprises Michael Le Vell, Sue Devaney, Daniel Brocklebank, Rob Mallard, Jodie Prenger and Channique Sterling- Brown.

Britain Get Singing is hosted by Roman Kemp and a panel of judges include The Voice UK’s Will.i.am, Britain’s Got Talent’s Alesha Dixon and Starstruck pair Adam Lambert and Jason Manford.

However, the power to pick the winner rests with the studio audience, who will crown one group the champions.

The show is linked to ITV's mental health campaign Britain Get Talking and stresses the importance of connecting with others.




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