Emma Bunton to scold Believing judges
Emma Bunton isn't afraid to keep the judges in her new TV talent show 'Don't Stop Believing' in line
Emma Bunton can't wait to stand up to the judges on her new show.
The former Spice Girl - who is the host of new Five TV talent show 'Don't Stop Believing' - admits she is looking forward to supporting the contestants and keeping her team of judges "in line" when the programme launches.
Speaking about the show with BANG Showbiz, she said: "I'm going to enjoy every second of it. I get to control everything. I may have to have a word with those judges to keep them in line. If I feel they're stepping over the mark I'll say it. You don't have to be nasty to be honest."
The new show - which will be judged by Blue star Duncan James, singer Anastacia, actress Tamzin Outhwaite and choreographer Charles 'Chucky' Klapow - has been described as a combination of 'The X Factor' and hit US TV programme 'Glee'.
'Don't Stop Believing' will follow all-singing, all-dancing groups of performers as they battle it out for the chance to record an album through iTunes.
And Emma hopes some of the contestants will cover the Spice Girls' hit records.
She said: "I may have to have a chat with a few people and make sure someone does a Spice Girls song."
'Don't Stop Believing' launches on July 18, at 7pm on Five.