Don't Stop judging Tamzin Outhwaite
Tamzin Outhwaite is set to judge new talent show 'Don't Stop Believing', alongside Duncan James, singer Anastacia and choreographer Charles 'Chucky' Klapow on Five.
Tamzin Outhwaite is to judge new talent show 'Don't Stop Believing'.
The actress - who mentored hopefuls on Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber's show 'Over The Rainbow' - has been lined up to join Blue star Duncan James, singer Anastacia and choreographer Charles 'Chucky' Klapow on the judging panel of Five's new show as they search for Britain's best musical performance group.
Five's head of entertainment Donna Taberer told The Sun newspaper: "Each judge will be a huge asset to our groups."
The programme will be fronted by Spice Girl Emma Bunton and will scour the nation for an all-singing-all-dancing group of performers who can rival those in the US musical series 'Glee'.
The former 'EastEnders' actress will have to practice getting tough as she prepares to start working on the show this summer - after she recently admitted she is a pushover parent.
Tamzin - who raises 23-month-old daughter Florence with her husband Tom Ellis - admits she can't tell the youngster off without bursting into laughter.
She said: "I'm probably stricter than Tom but I struggle to keep a straight face when I tell her off - Supernanny would not be impressed. Sometimes she'll do things for comic effect and I can't stop myself laughing. I have to turn away to gather myself."