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Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow viewers seek answers to Name That Tune singer’s ‘mystery’ UK News

Curious viewers of Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow are in desperate need of answers after watching the Name That Tune episode on Saturday night.

The famous music quiz was the latest classic program to have a rebirth with Chatty Man host and Drag Race UK judge Alan at the helm, after entertaining viewers with Bullsye and The Price is Right.

Alan was joined by special guest Sophie Ellis-Bextor for Name That Tune as singer Murder on the Dancefloor tinkled the ivories and sang the chorus of famous songs during a round as contestants including the eventual winner, Danielle of Sunderland, were trying to guess.

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But it was the group that was present throughout the show that had the biggest reaction, with fans eager to know who the singers were.

Their names were never revealed by Alan during the hour-long show, he simply referred to them as “ the house band ” which sparked curiosity from people looking at the house to find out who they were.

On Twitter, one of them posted: “Who is the lead singer of the group on Name That Tune please? Is she awesome?” and an equally impressed and curious viewer commenting: “Someone tell me who the house band was tonight? Who were these amazing singers ??”

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Taking full advantage of the show, a third responded, “I think it’s a good updated version of Name That Tune. I only really remember playing notes with the piano but it’s fun, and the band and the singer are great. “

The names of all of the house bands were given credits, and while they were not separated into musicians and singers, there was only one female name on the list – which means the singer whose viewers were dying to know who she was Sharleene Hector.

On her Twitter bio, Sharlene describes herself as “Singer // Songwriter // Candle Maker”

Other names listed on the claims were: Richard Coughlin, Rob Eckland, Adam Goldsmith, Jeff Leach, Justin Shaw and Sam Tanner, with Sam credited on an ITV picture caption as the other singer.

As well as being in awe of the group, viewers were in awe of contestant Danielle’s ‘super fast’ guessing skills, as she rushed to a victory that earned her nearly £ 30,000.