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Watch Mamma Mia! I Have A Dream stars singing Take A Chance On Me

Here’s your first look at this weekend’s Mamma Mia! I Have A Dream opening number!

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Set against the picturesque vistas of Greece, just like the original Mamma Mia!, the new ITV TV show sees musical theatre talents battling it out to win the leads of Sophie and Sky in the West End’s Mamma Mia!

The latest episode on Sunday night sees the contestants opening the show with a performance of ABBA classic Take A Chance On Me.

Watch a first look below…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5Hb3uOnTpU

It’s Chemistry Week on Mamma Mia! I Have a Dream as judges Alan Carr, Jessie Ware, Samantha Barks, and Amber Riley pair up the remaining Sophies and Skys for the very first time.

Sparks will fly, in more ways than one, as the couples get cosy during this week’s workshop, where they will perform the iconic love scene from the stage show, Lay All Your Love on Me. As always, the local Greek audience can expect to be treated to six show-stopping performances.

However, a shock double elimination will leave viewers wondering who host Zoe Ball will be consoling as two hopefuls see their dreams of becoming Sophie and Sky slip through their fingers.

Tune in to find out. Mamma Mia! I Have A Dream airs on Sunday night, 12 November at 6PM.

Zoe Ball helms the exhilarating contest, with the hopefuls being rigorously judged by a star-studded panel featuring Alan Carr, Jessie Ware, Samantha Barks, and Amber Riley. These contestants will face challenges in singing, dancing, acting, and creating on-stage magic.

Judy Craymer, the mastermind and producer of Mamma Mia!, will provide her wisdom to the judges as they make the difficult choices to find new stars for the West End.

The competition will intensify weekly, leading to an electrifying live grand finale in the heart of London’s theatre district, where two talented winners will ultimately shine.

About the author: Rachel Wise

UK based freelancer journalist Rachel contributes regularly to Stageberry with features and interviews from the hottest new shows and stage stars.