In this third episode, a mix of acts must face the daunting task of performing in front of The 100, hopefully getting them up on their feet singing along.This weeks show includes a whole host of crowd-pleasers, including recent hits such as Sias Chandelier and Great Big Worlds Say Something. There are several memorable interpretations of classic songs: Oasis Dont Look Back in Anger; Whitney Houstons I Wanna Dance with Somebody, and a 1920s take on The Eurythmics Sweet Dreams.
In this second episode, there is something for everyone as a whole range of acts attempt to impress the 100. There are recent hits including Sam Smiths Stay With Me and Walk the Moons Shut Up and Dance. Three very different duos take on three very different songs: the classic Sinatra standard Thats Life, Clean Bandits Rather Be, and an interpretation of Nirvanas Smells Like Teen Spirit. At the other end of the musical spectrum, there is a beautiful rendition of Youll Never Walk Alone, while another performer hopes for a fairy-tale ending with How Far Ill Go from the Disney movie Moana. The 100 know all the songs, but they have no idea who is performing them or how the acts have interpreted the songs.Who will be able to get the 100 up on their feet and joining inAnd who will be the next two acts to make it to the grand final, one step closer to winning 50,000?