Stars in their Eyes axed
'Stars in Their Eyes' has been axed from ITV after proving unpopular with viewers
'Stars in Their Eyes' has been axed from ITV.
The Harry Hill fronted singing show - which launched in February - has been cancelled after just one series due to low ratings.
The show - a reincarnation of the hit 90s version fronted by Matthew Kelly - attracted just under two million viewers a week, compared to 10 million in its heyday, losing out on audience numbers to rival BBC One show 'The Voice'.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "There are no plans to bring it back.
"Bosses liked it but it just didn't resonate with the viewers."
It is thought the series - which sees contestants dress up and mimic their favourite popstars - has been unpopular as it offers no real prize for its talented winner unlike 'The X Factor' and 'The Voice', which offer recording contracts.
Meanwhile, Harry, 50 - who is best known for his 'Harry Hill's TV Burp' series - recently filmed a pilot for a new afternoon chat show.
The programmed, entitled 'Harry Hill's Tea Time' has been described as "TV burp meets cookery".