Any Dream Will Do (TV series)

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Any Dream Will Do
Any Dream Will Do logo.png
Created by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Bea Ballard
Presented by Graham Norton
Judges Andrew Lloyd Webber
John Barrowman
Denise van Outen
Bill Kenwright
Zoe Tyler
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 11
Production
Producer(s) BBC Entertainment
Running time 30–90mins
Broadcast
Original channel BBC One, BBC HD
Picture format 16:9, HDTV 1080i
Original run 31 March 2007 (2007-03-31) – 9 June 2007 (2007-06-09)
Chronology
Preceded by How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria? (2006)
Followed by I'd Do Anything (2008)
External links
Website

Any Dream Will Do, was a 2007 talent show-themed television series produced by the BBC in the United Kingdom. It searched for a new, unknown lead to play Joseph in a West End revival of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

The show was hosted by Graham Norton, who announced Lee Mead as the winner of the final public telephone vote on 9 June 2007.

It was the second West-End talent show to be produced by the BBC/Andrew Lloyd Webber, after How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?. Further Talent shows in the series have aired, with I'd Do Anything completing in 2008 and Over the Rainbow which ran in April/May 2010.

A similar format has been used as well in The Netherlands in 2008, with the show Op zoek naar Joseph (Looking for Joseph) taking an unknown singer and placing the winner in the lead role for the 2009 performances in The Netherlands.[1] On 26 October 2008, Freek Bartels was announced the winner of this show.

Format[edit]

Commissioned after the success of the similar BBC series How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?,[2] the series followed the same format to find a new, unknown lead for a revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The series was named after the song from the musical, "Any Dream Will Do".

Expert panel[edit]

An expert panel provided advice to the contestants throughout the series, and provided comments during the live shows. As they appeared on screen from right to left, the panel was made up of:

  • Zoe Tyler, vocal coach to the contestants (vocal coach, singer and performer)
  • Bill Kenwright (theatre producer and co-producer of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Adelphi Theatre)
  • Denise Van Outen (musical theatre actress and television presenter) who later went on to date and marry winner Lee Mead.
  • John Barrowman (musical theatre and television actor)
  • Andrew Lloyd Webber, head judge and composer of Joseph. (Presenter Graham Norton referred to him differently each week, mostly using variations of "Lord" phrases. When he was announced as part of the expert panel, the chandeliers behind him flashed and a few bars from The Phantom of the Opera rang out. Usually, Lloyd Webber showed mock embarrassment or surprise, while John and Denise feigned either fright or worship of him.)

Auditions[edit]

The first week of the show documented the initial auditions where one hundred hopefuls, from thousands, were called back to London. This was further whittled-down by the panel of judges to fifty contestants who would enter Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Joseph School". However, two additional entrants were selected over this fifty contestant limit after they went to Lloyd Webber's personal studio for a second audition.

In the second week, the fifty individuals selected attended "Joseph School" where the coaches worked on singing, acting and choreography with the contestants. Former Joseph actor Jason Donovan, amongst others, visited to lend his advice and support for them. On the second day, one contestant left the competition, twenty-three were eliminated and only twenty eight remained. On the third day, another eight men were eliminated, leaving only twenty contestants in the competition. These men were taken to Lloyd Webber's castle in Ireland, where they performed live in front of a packed house of locals and industry professionals including Louis Walsh. The best twelve were then taken through to the live studio finals.

Studio finals[edit]

The twelve finalists, (or "Josephs"), were announced on 7 April 2007, with the live studio finals starting a week later. Each week the "Josephs" were set various singing and performing tasks each week. They were introduced with clips summarising their past week before performing a solo song and hearing comments from the panel. Each week they also performed two group songs, one from Joseph at the start of each show and one after the solo performances. All the performances were live in front of a studio audience, with a live band headed by Nigel Wright and backing singers.

Every week, a Joseph was eliminated from the competition. The public got a chance to vote for their favourite Joseph by calling in after all the finalists' solo performances. The two Josephs with the fewest votes in a given week performed a sing-off in front of Lloyd-Webber, who then decided which contestant to keep, based upon how well he felt that contender would fill the Joseph role. The eliminated Joseph then performed "Poor, Poor Joseph/Close Every Door" together with the remaining Josephs as his grand exit song, symbolically handing back his dreamcoat.

There were some variations from this format:

  • Week three: In a double elimination, two Josephs were voted off the series.
  • Week six: With only six finalists remaining, the Josephs were announced in sets of three and performed in a trio as well as their individual performances.
  • Week eight: The semi-final was held on 2 June 2007, in which the remaining four Josephs competed for the three remaining spots in the final. Again announced in sets of two, the contestants performed duets of Andrew Lloyd Webber songs with another Joseph in addition to their solo performance. At the end of the show, the three finalists were announced: Lee Mead, Keith Jack and Lewis Bradley.
  • Week nine: The final, held on 9 June 2007, featured three songs from each of the Josephs: in addition to their regular performance, each performed a big band number and the final two repeated their favourite song from the series. The opening song was performed by all 12 Josephs, supported by the winner of a national Joseph Choir search – the choir of East Ham's Brampton Primary School in east London.[3]

The success of the programme prompted the BBC to extend the series by an extra week (week nine),[4] removing the need for a double eviction prior to the final. The new date for the final, 9 June 2007, ensured it would air directly opposite the final of ITV's competing show, Grease is the Word. This move paid off as the final of Any Dream Will Do managed to secure the upper hand over Grease is the Word in viewing figures with a peak of 8.5 million viewers and an audience share of 39.6%, compared with ITV's high of 4.9 million viewers (an audience share of 23.5%).[5]

In the final, over three million votes were cast with Lee Mead being announced as the winner.[6] He sang "Any Dream Will Do" to close the series and his prize was six months in the lead role of a revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in London's West End.

Finalists[edit]

Twelve potential Josephs were chosen, each wearing a unique coloured coat. At the end of every live show, the Joseph who was eliminated had his coat stripped off whilst singing a song of farewell (a combination of "Poor, Poor Joseph" and "Close Every Door to Me").

Finalist Age From Coat Colour Status
Chris Crosby 18 Nottingham Burgundy Eliminated 1st in week 1
Johndeep More 23 Birmingham Lime Green Eliminated 2nd in week 2
Antony Hansen 17 Abingdon Pastel Blue Eliminated 3rd in week 3
Seamus Cullen 35 London Green Eliminated 4th in week 3
Chris Barton 20 Ormskirk Lilac Eliminated 5th in week 4
Rob McVeigh 24 Rotherham Turquoise Eliminated 6th in week 5
Daniel Boys 28 London Purple Eliminated 7th in week 6
Craig Chalmers 25 Edinburgh Dark Blue Eliminated 8th in week 7
Ben Ellis 18 Scarborough Orange Eliminated 9th in week 8
Lewis Bradley 17 Middlesbrough Light Blue Third place
Keith Jack 19 Dalkeith Yellow Second place
Lee Mead 25 Southend-on-Sea Red Winner

LIST OF MISSIONS'

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4. performing the barricade and singing do you hear the people sing which was from the musical Les Misérables

5. practicing being aggressive with John Barrowman

6. Dating and trying to sing to Denise

7. Falling from heights

8. Having a tour of at the backstage of the lord of the rings west end theatre

Live Shows[edit]

At the end of every live show, the Joseph who was eliminated had his coat stripped off whilst singing a song of farewell (a combination of "Poor, Poor Joseph" and "Close Every Door to Me").

Results summary
Place Contestant Show 1 Show 2 Show 3 Show 4 Show 5 Show 6 Show 7 Show 8 Show 9
Part 1 Part 2 Part 1 Part 2
1 Lee Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Winner
2 Keith Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Second place
3 Lewis Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Safe Bottom 2 Eliminated Third place
4 Ben Bottom 2 Safe Safe Bottom 2 Safe Safe Safe Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Eliminated 9th
5 Craig Safe Safe Bottom 2 Safe Bottom 2 Safe Safe Bottom 2 Eliminated 8th
6 Daniel Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Bottom 2 Eliminated 7th
7 Rob Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Bottom 2 Eliminated 6th
8 Chris B Safe Bottom 2 Safe Safe Bottom 2 Eliminated 5th
9 Seamus Safe Safe Safe Bottom 2 Eliminated 4th
10 Antony Safe Safe Bottom 2 Eliminated 3rd
11 Johndeep Safe Bottom 2 Eliminated 2nd
12 Chris C Bottom 2 Eliminated 1st

Performances[edit]

Graham Norton and the twelve contestants each wearing their 'dreamcoat', symbolically handed back once they were eliminated. Those pictured are (clockwise from top left) Chris B, Antony, Chris C, host Graham Norton, Keith, Lewis, Ben, Johndeep, Daniel, Seamus, Craig, Lee and Rob.

The following is in reverse chronological order by elimination date.

  1. "Mack the Knife" (from The Threepenny Opera)
  2. "Bad Day" (originally performed by Daniel Powter)
  3. "I Don't Want to Talk About It" (Rod Stewart)
  4. "All Right Now" (Free)
  5. "Leave Right Now" (Will Young)
  6. "Paint It, Black" (The Rolling Stones)
  7. "Daydream Believer" (The Monkees)
  8. "Livin' on a Prayer" (Bon Jovi)
  9. "(You're The) Devil In Disguise" (Elvis Presley)
Big Band: "New York, New York" (Frank Sinatra)
Favourite from the series: "Paint It, Black" (The Rolling Stones)
  1. "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" (Queen)
  2. "Who Am I" (Will Young)
  3. "Crocodile Rock" (Elton John)
  4. "Love Is All Around" (Wet Wet Wet)
  5. "Always on My Mind" (Elvis Presley)
  6. "Brown Eyed Girl" (Van Morrison)
  7. "Let Me Entertain You" (Robbie Williams)
  8. "Could It Be Magic" (Barry Manilow)
  9. "For Once in My Life" (Stevie Wonder)
Big Band: "Moondance" (Van Morrison)
Favourite from the series: "Always on My Mind" (Elvis Presley)
  1. "Faith" (George Michael)
  2. "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word" (Elton John)
  3. "I Saw Her Standing There" (The Beatles)
  4. "Dancing in the Moonlight" (Toploader)
  5. "I'm a Believer" (The Monkees)
  6. "The Rose" (Bette Midler)
  7. "Hero" (Enrique Iglesias)
  8. "Sweet Caroline" (Neil Diamond)
  9. "Kiss" (Prince)
Big Band: "Beyond the Sea" (Bobby Darin)
  1. "Johnny B. Goode" (Chuck Berry)
  2. "All by Myself" (Eric Carmen)
  3. "Life Is a Rollercoaster" (Ronan Keating)
  4. "Addicted to Love" (Robert Palmer)
  5. "Help Yourself" (Tom Jones)
  6. "Blue Suede Shoes" (Elvis Presley)
  7. "Crying" (Roy Orbison)
  8. "Ease on Down the Road" (from The Wiz)
  • Craig Chalmers
  1. "Try a Little Tenderness" (Bing Crosby)
  2. "Home" (Michael Bublé)
  3. "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" (Stevie Wonder)
  4. "December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)" (Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons)
  5. "This Is The Moment" (from Jekyll & Hyde)
  6. "Black Or White" (Michael Jackson)
  7. "Suspicious Minds" (Elvis Presley)
  1. "You Give Me Something" (James Morrison)
  2. "Since U Been Gone" (Kelly Clarkson)
  3. "The Lady Is a Tramp" (Frank Sinatra)
  4. "All About You" (McFly)
  5. "Maggie May" (Rod Stewart)
  6. "Evergreen" (Will Young)
  1. "Summer of '69" (Bryan Adams)
  2. "Piano Man" (Billy Joel)
  3. "Oh, Pretty Woman" (Roy Orbison)
  4. "Back for Good" (Take That)
  5. "Born to Run" (Bruce Springsteen)
  1. "Walking in Memphis" (Marc Cohn)
  2. "I'll Be There" (The Jackson 5)
  3. "Tell Her About It" (Billy Joel)
  4. "All Night Long" (Lionel Richie)
  • Seamus Cullen
  1. "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" (U2)
  2. "Being Alive" (from Company)
  3. "Start Me Up" (The Rolling Stones)
  1. "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (Aerosmith)
  2. "Light My Fire" (The Doors)
  3. "Patience" (Take That)
  • Johndeep More
  1. "If There's Any Justice" (Lemar)
  2. "Something's Coming" (from West Side Story)
  • Chris Crosby
  1. "This Love" (Maroon 5)

Group performances[edit]

Each week the show was opened by a group performance of a song from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, with a second group song being performed after all the solo performances.

Week One

  1. "Any Dream Will Do"
  2. "Luck Be a Lady" (from Guys and Dolls)

Week Two

  1. "Jacob & Sons/Joseph's Coat"
  2. "Pinball Wizard" (The Who)

Week Three

  1. "Go, Go, Go Joseph"
  2. "One Vision" (Queen)

Week Four

  1. "Song of the King"
  2. "Dead Ringer For Love" (Meat Loaf)

Week Five

  1. "One More Angel in Heaven"
  2. "You Really Got Me" (The Kinks)

Week Six

  1. "Go, Go, Go Joseph"
  2. Keith, Lewis and Ben: "That's Life" (Frank Sinatra)
  3. Craig, Daniel and Lee: "Don't Rain on My Parade" (Barbra Streisand)
  4. "She Loves You" (The Beatles)

Week Seven

  1. "A Pharaoh Story"
  2. "Do You Love Me" (The Contours)
  3. "Born to Be Wild" (Steppenwolf)
  4. Lee & the Josephs with Josh Groban: "You Raise Me Up"

Week Eight

  1. "Jacob & Sons/Joseph's Coat"
  2. Keith and Ben: "Only You" (from Starlight Express)
  3. Lewis and Lee: "Oh What a Circus" (from Evita)
  4. "Under Pressure" (Queen & David Bowie)

Week Nine

  1. All Josephs with the Brampton Primary School Choir: "Go, Go, Go Joseph"
  2. Lee, Keith and Lewis: "Maria" (from West Side Story)
  3. The Former Josephs: "The Boys Are Back in Town" (Thin Lizzy)
  4. Keith and Lee: "Superstar" (from Jesus Christ Superstar)

Eliminations[edit]

Week One (14 April 2007)

  • Panel's verdict on who was not Joseph
    • John Barrowman: Craig
    • Denise Van Outen: Craig
    • Bill Kenwright: Chris C
    • Zoe Tyler: Antony

The bottom two were Ben Ellis and Chris Crosby, with Chris receiving the lowest number of votes from the public. In the sing-off, they had to sing the Simon and Garfunkel song "Bridge over Troubled Water". Andrew Lloyd Webber chose to save Ben and send Chris home.

Week Two (21 April 2007)

  • Panel's verdict on who was not Joseph
    • John Barrowman: Johndeep
    • Denise Van Outen: Ben
    • Bill Kenwright: Johndeep
    • Zoe Tyler: Ben

The bottom two were Chris Barton and Johndeep More, with Chris receiving the lowest number of votes from the public. In the sing-off, they had to sing The Beatles song "Let It Be". Lloyd Webber chose to save Chris and send Johndeep home.

Week Three (28 April 2007)

  • Panel's verdict on who was Joseph
    • John Barrowman: Daniel
    • Denise Van Outen: Daniel
    • Bill Kenwright: Lee
    • Zoe Tyler: Keith

In the first show, the bottom two were Antony Hansen and Craig Chalmers, with Craig receiving the lowest number of votes from the public. In the sing-off, they had to sing the song "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" by Bryan Adams. Lloyd Webber chose to save Craig and send Antony home.

  • Panel's verdict on who was not Joseph
    • John Barrowman: Rob
    • Denise Van Outen: Chris B
    • Bill Kenwright: Rob
    • Zoe Tyler: Craig

In the second show, the bottom two were Seamus Cullen and Ben Ellis, with Seamus receiving the lowest number of votes from the public. In the sing-off, they had to sing "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" by The Hollies. Ben was saved by Lloyd Webber due to his emotional performance and Seamus was sent home. Upon being asked whether he was surprised that he was being sent home, Seamus said: "The words 'conspiracy theory' spring to mind" (Although he later implied he may have been joking). Then, during his farewell song, he changed the line "I have been promised a land of my own" to "I have been promised a show of my own."

Week Four (5 May 2007)

  • Panel's verdict on who was not Joseph
    • John Barrowman: Lewis
    • Denise Van Outen: Rob
    • Bill Kenwright: Rob
    • Zoe Tyler: Lee

The bottom two were Chris Barton and Craig Chalmers, with Chris receiving the lowest number of votes from the public. In the sing-off, they had to sing The Beatles song "The Long and Winding Road". Lloyd Webber chose to save Craig and send Chris home. It is generally considered a disappointment that Lloyd Webber chose Craig over Chris. Lloyd Webber also said that a West End audience would not have the confidence to watch Chris in performance, which fans have negatively regarded as rude. Prior to the farewell song, Graham Norton asked Chris who he thought was going to win the competition; Chris chose Lewis.

Week Five (12 May 2007)

  • Panel's verdict on who was not Joseph
    • John Barrowman: Rob
    • Denise Van Outen: Rob
    • Bill Kenwright: Rob
    • Zoe Tyler: Daniel

The bottom two were Rob McVeigh and Lewis Bradley, with Rob receiving the lowest number of votes from the public. In the sing-off, they had to sing "Tell Me It's Not True" from the musical Blood Brothers. Lloyd Webber chose to save Lewis and send Rob home.

Week Six (19 May 2007)

  • Panel's verdict on who was not Joseph
    • John Barrowman: Lewis
    • Denise Van Outen: Craig
    • Bill Kenwright: Keith
    • Zoe Tyler: Lewis

The bottom two were Daniel Boys and Lewis Bradley, with Daniel receiving the lowest number of votes from the public. In the sing-off, they had to sing "Bring Him Home" from the musical Les Misérables. Lloyd Webber chose to save Lewis and send Daniel home, although both Graham Norton and the panel expressed shock that Daniel was sent home much earlier than had been expected of him.

Week Seven (26 May 2007)

  • Panel's verdict on who was not Joseph
    • John Barrowman: Lewis
    • Denise Van Outen: Lewis
    • Bill Kenwright: Ben
    • Zoe Tyler: Ben

The bottom two were Ben Ellis and Craig Chalmers, with Ben receiving the lowest number of votes from the public. In the sing-off, they had to sing Barry Manilow's "I Made It Through the Rain". Lloyd Webber chose to save Ben and send Craig home.

Week Eight (2 June 2007)

  • Panel's verdict on who was not Joseph
    • John Barrowman: Lewis
    • Denise Van Outen: Lewis
    • Bill Kenwright: Ben
    • Zoe Tyler: Ben

The bottom two were Ben Ellis and Lewis Bradley, with Ben receiving the lowest number of votes from the public. In the sing-off, they had to sing "I Dreamed a Dream" from the musical Les Misérables. Lloyd Webber chose to save Lewis and send Ben home. Ben later said he was disappointed in the panel's comments regarding his performance that week, but nevertheless accepted his elimination graciously.

Week Nine (9 June 2007)
First to go out and finishing in third place was Lewis Bradley. Keith Jack was the second to be voted out of the final, confirming Lee Mead as the winner of the competition.

After the series[edit]

Winner[edit]

Before the opening night of Joseph at London's Adelphi Theatre, publicity from the TV show had brought in £10 million in advance ticket sales,[7] leading to a five-month extension to the show's run and an extension of Mead's contract until June 2008.[8]

Mead's version of "Any Dream Will Do", along with "Close Every Door" performed by the three finalists, was released as a single to raise money for BBC Children in Need. It reached number two in the UK Singles Chart.

His first public performance after the win was on 1 July 2007 at the Concert for Diana at London's Wembley Stadium, where he sang "Any Dream Will Do" with former Joseph actors Donny Osmond and Jason Donovan.

Mead, along with the winner, Connie Fisher and last five runners-up of the previous Lloyd-Webber reality show How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria? starred in a one-off Christmas Eve special on BBC One entitled When Joseph Met Maria.[9]

Other finalists[edit]

Fifth-placed Craig Chalmers was cast by Bill Kenwright as Joseph in the touring version of Joseph[10] from 20 August 2007. The tour was due to have its first night in Bromley, London, less than 24 km (about 15 miles) from the Adelphi, where Kenwright was co-producer. In Chalmers' last week before viewers voted him off the programme, Kenwright had told him: "You wowed the audience and please God you are here next week for the semi-final."[11] Chris Barton played Benjamin on the tour and at some matinees Joseph or the Narrator. He then went on to be a Swing in Spring Awakening in both Hammersmith and the Novello west end. Kenwright employed Chris Crosby on his new national tour of Half a Sixpence opening on 28 August 2007 at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley.

Keith Jack joined the cast of the touring Joseph production with Craig and Chris Barton. He played the Narrator, a part usually played by a woman though originally written for a male voice. His first official performance was on 1 October in Plymouth although he performed a couple of the final shows in High Wycombe on 28 and 29 September. He has now finished playing this role. He was recording an album to be released in early 2008 with a single from it issued in time for Christmas. In June 2010, Keith took the Dreamcoat from Craig and continued his role till May 2013.

In January 2008 Antony Hansen joined the cast of Bill Kenwright's touring production of Joseph as a brother. During this time Bill Kenwright formed a boy band named 'Dream On' to celebrate the phenomenal talent witnessed on Any Dream Will Do. Hansen and fellow finalists Chalmers, Bradley, Crosby and Barton's debut album became a chart success in its first two weeks. In May 2008, Bill Kenwright cast Hansen as Pharaoh in the National Tour of Joseph. In January / February 2009 Hansen played the lead role of Joseph for Bill Kenwright. Hansen joined the west end cast of Les Misérables in June 2009 in the ensemble and first cover Marius. July 2009 saw Hansen and fellow 'Any Dream Will Do' contestant Craig Chalmers finish recording their 2nd album together with BK Productions - 'Saturday Night At The Movies'.

Lewis Bradley was contracted by Lloyd Webber to play Joseph at the Adelphi Theatre during Mead's holiday absence, and possibly for an additional performance a week. Meanwhile Ben James-Ellis (Ben Ellis, who adopted the name James-Ellis for Equity purposes) landed the role of Link Larkin in the UK premiere of Hairspray: The Musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre from 11 October 2007. Daniel Boys went on to land many roles including performing in the Royal Festival Hall's concert production of Sweeney Todd, Landor Theatre's I Love You Because and the lead role of Princeton in Avenue Q at the Noël Coward Theatre. He also took part in the cabaret If You've Got It Flaunt It at the West End's Trafalgar Studios in September 2007.

Johndeep More went on to appear in Nevermind The Broadway and a pantomime Cinderella (with Crosby).[12]

Criticism[edit]

In an interview with The Stage, the then-recently eliminated Daniel Boys questioned Andrew Lloyd Webber's stated aim of casting a Joseph outside the stereotype, "who's a bit of a Justin Timberlake, tiny touch of the Michael Jacksons and a bit of the Jude Laws,"[13] by pointing out that so far all the Josephs that were a bit outside of the traditional mould have been eliminated for exactly that reason.[14]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dutch website AVRO, "Op Zoek Naar Joseph"". Retrieved 2007-10-27. 
  2. ^ BBC Press Office (2006-12-19). "and devised by the same team, BBC One announces Any Dream Will Do". Archived from the original on 13 May 2007. Retrieved 2007-06-10. 
  3. ^ "Joseph Choir Search final list announced". BBC. 2007-06-11. Retrieved 2007-06-11. 
  4. ^ Hemley, Matthew (2007-05-17). "Any Dream Will Do takes on Grease for final show clash". The Stage. Archived from the original on 20 May 2007. Retrieved 2007-06-03. 
  5. ^ Rogers, Jon (2007-06-11). "BBC1's Dream pays off". Broadcast magazine. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-06-11. 
  6. ^ "The Final Result". BBC. 2007-06-09. Archived from the original on 15 June 2007. Retrieved 2007-06-09. 
  7. ^ Reynolds, Nigel (2007-07-19). "Joseph and the Amazing £10 million Sales". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2007-07-25. 
  8. ^ Really Useful/See Tickets. Retrieved 2007-07-03.
  9. ^ Pick Of The Day | |What's On TV - Britain's best TV listings, storylines, news and video from soaps like EastEnders
  10. ^ Smith, Alistair (2007-08-04). "Second Joseph emerges from Any Dream Will Do". The Stage. Retrieved 2007-07-25. 
  11. ^ BBC Press Office (2007-05-26). "You're Not Joseph! Public vote Craig Chalmers off BBC One's Any Dream Will Do". Retrieved 2007-07-25. 
  12. ^ BBC - Any Dream Will Do - When Joseph Met Maria
  13. ^ Andrew Lloyd Webber on Any Dream Will Do, 14 April 2007, explaining what he's looking for in this show.
  14. ^ Matthewman, Scott (2007-05-25). "Daniel Boys: More Mr Nice Guy". The Stage. Archived from the original on 2007-06-02. Retrieved 2007-05-29. 

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