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Oh, brother, Krystal wants to sing

22 April 2007

Sunday Herald Sun

"AUSTRALIA has not seen the last of me, that is for sure," former Big Brother pin-up Krystal Forscutt threatened earlier this month - and she was right.

The model is out to prove she is more than just a pretty face, having signed on as a celebrity singer in the new series of It Takes Two.

Forscutt joins a diverse group of stars, including Elle Macpherson's sister, Mimi, All Saints beauty Joelene Anderson, radio host Jo Stanley, Lochie Daddo, Home and Away's Bobby Morley, comedian Russell Gilbert, The Great Outdoors' Ernie Dingo, and Rockwiz host Julia Zemiro on the return series of Channel 7's celebrity karaoke hit.

There are three new faces in the line-up of professional singers. Fresh from her viewer-pleasing performance on Dancing with the Stars, Kate Ceberano will join the It Takes Two stable of singers, along with swing king David Campbell and Anthony Callea.

They take the places of Glenn Shorrock, Karen Knowles and Guy Sebastian.

Dave Gleeson, Paulini, David Hobson, Rachael Beck, Jade MacRae, Troy Cassar-Daley, and Wendy Matthews will return as celebrity mentors.

The judging panel is likely to remain the same, with Ross Wilson, Marina Prior, James Valentine and Amanda Pelman expected to be back to sit in judgment.

Pocket rocket Grant Denyer will return as host, but his new co-host is yet to be signed.

Pre-production began on the new series in Melbourne this week. The show will air live from South Melbourne next month.

Model/presenter Erika Heynatz won the first series and landed a record deal.

Who do you think he'll be paired with?

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