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The follow-up to [[How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?]], where Andrew Lloyd Webber and the public seek a new Joseph and Narrator for a West End production of ''Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat''.
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We said in 2006 that [[How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?]] left the viewing millions wanting more. More was duly provided, though the second cream eclair is never quite as good as the first. In this follow-up, Andrew Lloyd Webber and the public sought a new Joseph and Narrator for a West End production of ''Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat''.
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''Any Dream Will Do'' took its name from a song in Andrew Lloyd Webber's first musical, ''Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'', and followed the familiar routine of every casting show ever. Auditions, then eventually a dozen performers singing live on national television, to be cast out on the whim of the voting public, moderated by Lloyd Webber's decision.
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''Following cuts, the BBC budget did not run to a costume''
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Second time around, this format didn't quite capture the viewing public's attention in the same way that ''...Maria?'' had done a year earlier, perhaps because there wasn't such an obvious winner. It did prove to be a success when weighed against ITV's blatantly copycat [[Grease is the Word]], beating the opposition by a country mile. The final episode won its night hands down, slaughtering both ''Grease'' and a one-week wonder called [[Britain's Got Talent]].
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== Champion ==
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Lee Mead
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==Trivia==
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Lee Mead remained with the stage show until early 2009. His replacement was [[Pop Idol]] loser Gareth Gates.
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==Web links==
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[http://blogs.thestage.co.uk/tvtoday/2007/04/any-dream-will-do-the-finalists-experience/ The final 12 profiled] at ''The Stage''.
== See also ==
== See also ==
[[How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?]]
[[How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?]]
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[[I'd Do Anything (2)|I'd Do Anything]]
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[[Over the Rainbow]]
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Current revision as of 22:09, 13 April 2011

Contents

Host

Graham Norton

Co-hosts

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Judges: John Barrowman, Bill Kenwright, Zoe Tyler, Denise Van Outen

Broadcast

BBC One, 31 March to 9 June 2007 (14 episodes in 1 series)

Synopsis

We said in 2006 that How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria? left the viewing millions wanting more. More was duly provided, though the second cream eclair is never quite as good as the first. In this follow-up, Andrew Lloyd Webber and the public sought a new Joseph and Narrator for a West End production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Any Dream Will Do took its name from a song in Andrew Lloyd Webber's first musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and followed the familiar routine of every casting show ever. Auditions, then eventually a dozen performers singing live on national television, to be cast out on the whim of the voting public, moderated by Lloyd Webber's decision.

Following cuts, the BBC budget did not run to a costume

Second time around, this format didn't quite capture the viewing public's attention in the same way that ...Maria? had done a year earlier, perhaps because there wasn't such an obvious winner. It did prove to be a success when weighed against ITV's blatantly copycat Grease is the Word, beating the opposition by a country mile. The final episode won its night hands down, slaughtering both Grease and a one-week wonder called Britain's Got Talent.

Champion

Lee Mead

Trivia

Lee Mead remained with the stage show until early 2009. His replacement was Pop Idol loser Gareth Gates.

Web links

The final 12 profiled at The Stage.

See also

How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?

I'd Do Anything

Over the Rainbow

Pictures

Image:Any dream will do judges 1.jpgGraham and the judges

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