All Together Now is a reality TV music competition which was initially devised for Britain’s BBC One channel.
In each episode, a range of singers take to the stage, but waiting to judge each performance is ‘The 100’ – a unique panel of one hundred music experts and performers from across the UK headed up by former Spice Girl, Geri Halliwell.
The successful ‘All Together Now’ format has been sold to countries aground the world including Australia, Brazil, Denmark and Poland amongst others.
Norway’s TV Norge will be showing their version of the franchise next Spring, Anne Rimmen, a former sports anchor for NRK Sport will be presenting while 2010 Norwegian Eurovision Song Contestant Didrik Solli-Tangen will be taking on the ‘Ginger Spice’ roll.
In between the UIM F1H2o India and Abu Dhabi GP’s, Marit Strømøy has been working as one of ‘The 100’, she explains:
It’s a funny and warm talent show with 100 judges from the music and entertainment industry.
Judging talents was not always easy.
There are so many good singers out there and who am I to decide who should win or not.
However, it was super fun and I met a lot of old and new friends and colleagues!
Marit talks to ‘The Voice’.