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May, 17 2013 09:55:33

Dare to tune in as new game show airs on VTV, YanTV

HCM CITY (VNS)— Have you ever seen anyone try to sing, blow a balloon, do a handstand, eat a chili, spin a prize wheel, and swim at the same time? You can, in a new game show titled Toi Dam Hat (I dare sing) to be broadcast on YanTV and Viet Nam Television's VTV6 next month.

The amusing show, produced by YanTV, will challenge contestants to prove their singing skills, determination and bravery.

The contest will have three ordinary rounds and one special round in each episode, and contestants will be divided into two teams of two, each with one famous singer/artist. The team with the higher score will enter the special round where a prize of VND5 million (US$240) will be on offer. Vietnamese nationals aged 18-35 can register at yan.vn or toidamhat@yan.vn. The first audition was held last Saturday with more than 100 contestants taking part.-VNS


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