In the first series Judy Nunn, Kate Ritchie and Mark furze went head to head with Mark coming in third. Last year Bobby Morley tried his luck and managed sixth place. In the third series of Australian Hit show 'It Takes Two' Paul O'Brien has become the latest Home and Away star to test out his vocal talents.
The show sees a professional singer pair up with a celebrity to mentor them through a series of duets to compete for votes from the viewing public and the judging panel.
the rest of the celebrity line up includes television presenter Chloe Maxwell, ironwoman Candice Falzon, weather presenter Sara Groen, comedian Julia Morris, golf pro Scott Draper, Sky News presenter John Mangos, Dancing With The Stars judge Mark Wilson, Melbourne Demons AFL footballer Russell Robertson and All Saints actor Virginia Gay.
Host Grant Denyer returns for his third series but his co-host, a role last year taken by Kate Ritchie, has yet to be announced. Kate has stated she is unlikely to return to TV for the forseeable future so it's likely a new face will take over the role.
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