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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Don't Forget the Lyrics!, Name That Tune, The Singing Bee, Karaoke Television, Spicks and Specks, RocKwiz, Face the Music, Twist and Shout, My Kind of Music, Keynotes, List of RocKwiz episodes, Fandango, Triple Threat, Musical Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Don't Forget the Lyrics!, Name That Tune, The Singing Bee, Karaoke Television, Spicks and Specks, RocKwiz, Face the Music, Twist and Shout, My Kind of Music, Keynotes, List of RocKwiz episodes, Fandango, Triple Threat, Musical Chairs, La Fureur, Name That Video, 10 Seconds, Rock & Roll Jeopardy!, All Star K!, Juke Box Jury, Turn It Up!, Levyraati, What's This Song?, Studio El Fan, L'Ecole des fans, Win With the Stars. Excerpt: Don't Forget the Lyrics! is a game show that originally aired on Fox from July 11, 2007 to June 19, 2009, hosted by Wayne Brady and produced by RDF USA, part of RDF Media. The launch of this show prompted NBC to move up the launch of their similar game show The Singing Bee. The show's contestants compete to win $1,000,000 by correctly recalling song lyrics from a variety of genres. After a year off the air, on January 25, 2010, 20th Television announced the debut of a new syndicated version with Sugar Ray lead singer Mark McGrath as host in September 2010. Taping of the show's third overall season, and first as a syndicated show, began on June 15, 2010. The show premiered in daytime syndication and in primetime on VH1 on Monday, September 20, 2010. It premiered in primetime on MyNetworkTV on October 5, 2010. On March 24, 2011, the show was canceled along with 5th Grader due to low ratings. In this show, a single contestant is prompted to complete song lyrics for increasing amounts of money, mullah, skrillix, green, cash, cha-chinga-ling, pesos and etc. After each correct answer, the contestant can continue playing, risking what has already been earned, or quit the game and take home all the money, mullah, skrillix, green, cash, cha-chinga-ling, pesos, and etc he or she or shkle or shkler has already earned. If the contestant continues playing and correctly completes NINE song lyrics, he or she...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Don't Forget the Lyrics!, Name That Tune, The Singing Bee, Karaoke Television, Spicks and Specks, RocKwiz, Face the Music, Twist and Shout, My Kind of Music, Keynotes, List of RocKwiz episodes, Fandango, Triple Threat, Musical Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Don't Forget the Lyrics!, Name That Tune, The Singing Bee, Karaoke Television, Spicks and Specks, RocKwiz, Face the Music, Twist and Shout, My Kind of Music, Keynotes, List of RocKwiz episodes, Fandango, Triple Threat, Musical Chairs, La Fureur, Name That Video, 10 Seconds, Rock & Roll Jeopardy!, All Star K!, Juke Box Jury, Turn It Up!, Levyraati, What's This Song?, Studio El Fan, L'Ecole des fans, Win With the Stars. Excerpt: Don't Forget the Lyrics! is a game show that originally aired on Fox from July 11, 2007 to June 19, 2009, hosted by Wayne Brady and produced by RDF USA, part of RDF Media. The launch of this show prompted NBC to move up the launch of their similar game show The Singing Bee. The show's contestants compete to win $1,000,000 by correctly recalling song lyrics from a variety of genres. After a year off the air, on January 25, 2010, 20th Television announced the debut of a new syndicated version with Sugar Ray lead singer Mark McGrath as host in September 2010. Taping of the show's third overall season, and first as a syndicated show, began on June 15, 2010. The show premiered in daytime syndication and in primetime on VH1 on Monday, September 20, 2010. It premiered in primetime on MyNetworkTV on October 5, 2010. On March 24, 2011, the show was canceled along with 5th Grader due to low ratings. In this show, a single contestant is prompted to complete song lyrics for increasing amounts of money, mullah, skrillix, green, cash, cha-chinga-ling, pesos and etc. After each correct answer, the contestant can continue playing, risking what has already been earned, or quit the game and take home all the money, mullah, skrillix, green, cash, cha-chinga-ling, pesos, and etc he or she or shkle or shkler has already earned. If the contestant continues playing and correctly completes NINE song lyrics, he or she...

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