Emma Bunton is still Believing
Emma Bunton is to host TV talent show 'Don't Stop Believing', combining hit musical TV show 'Glee' and Simon Cowell's singer search 'The X Factor'.
Emma Bunton is to host new TV talent search 'Don't Stop Believing'.
The former Spice Girl - who was recently a judge on ITV1's celebrity skating competition 'Dancing on Ice' - will front the Channel 5 show, which is described as a combination of 'The X Factor' and hit US TV programme 'Glee'.
Emma said: "Like millions of others I'm currently obsessed with musical performance groups so I am beyond excited. It'll be an unmissable, all-singing, all-dancing spectacle."
Musical performance groups hoping to hit the big time have to apply to 'Don't Stop Believing' through the official website by May 28.
Emma is no stranger to television competitions, as well as working on the judging panel on 'Dancing on Ice', she also starred in BBC competition 'Strictly Come Dancing' in 2006, finishing behind cricketer Mark Ramprakash and rugby player Matt Dawson.
Emma is also currently working behind the scenes with fellow Spice Girls Mel B, Victoria Beckham, Mel C and Geri Halliwell to find a group of women to play the band in a stage musical about the 'Wannabe' hitmakers.