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But Can They Sing?
Genre Reality Television
Directed by Alan Carter
Steve Paley
Presented by James Curreri
Ahmet Zappa
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Production company(s) Granada Entertainment
Broadcast
Original channel VH1
Original run October 30, 2005 (2005-10-30) – 2006
Status Ended

But Can They Sing? is a reality television series that premiered on October 30, 2005 on VH1 as part of its celebreality programming. Hosted by Ahmet Zappa, the series was partially based on NBC's announced but abandoned project I'm a Celebrity but I Wanna Be a Pop Star (originally entitled Celebrity Pop Superstar). Like its network predecessor, it was produced by Granada Productions. In January 2006 VH1 announced that the show would not return for a second season.

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Premise

Nine celebrities set out to prove their singing prowess in an American Idol-style competition, while viewers voted online on their favorite performers. The celebrities were aided in their quest by movement/dance instructor Tony Michaels and vocal coaches Jackie Simley-Stevens and Rachel Riggs. The winner's favorite charity received $50,000.

Contestants

During Week 6, all nine contestants (except Joe Pantoliano) returned to perform Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen, 1975).

  • Not aired (*)

Eliminated

  • Week 2: Myrka Dellanos, Kim Alexis Joe Pantoliano
  • Week 3: Larry Holmes
  • Week 4: Antonio Sabato Jr.
  • Week 5: Bai Ling
  • Week 6: Morgan Fairchild, Carmine Gotti-Agnello

Winner

  • Michael Copon performed This Is How We Do It with the other contestants (except Joe Pantoliano) singing back-up to close out the week 6 show. Copon's charity, Shaken Baby Alliance, received $50,000 from his win.

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