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Sport/Comic Relief Does Glee Club
Directed by Pati Marr[1]
Presented by Sam & Mark, Naomi Wilkinson (2013-present)
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 4
No. of episodes 35 (as of 21 March 2014)
Production
Producer(s) Chris Hulme[2]
Running time 30 - 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel BBC One (2011-present), CBBC Channel (2012-present)
Original run 14 March 2011 (2011-03-14) – present
External links
Website

Sport/Comic Relief Does Glee Club is a British television programme aired on CBBC and BBC One simultaneously for the live shows from series two onwards. (Series one aired only on BBC One.) It is presented by Sam & Mark and Naomi Wilkinson.

The first contest was aired between 14 and 18 March 2011, and was won by Soulmates. The second series was aired between 12 and 23 March 2012, and was won by The Real Deal. The third series aired between 4 and 15 March 2013 and was won by Resonate. The fourth series was aired between 10 and 21 March 2014 and was won by Musicality.

Format[edit]

Series 1[edit]

In the first series, the glee clubs had to perform songs in different categories. There were three heats, a semi-final and a final.

Series 2[edit]

In the second series there were eight heats. In the first round the three groups took turns to perform part of the same song as an ensemble (but all on the stage at the same time) with points being deducted for any featured vocals. The second round featured the groups taking it in turns to perform a song of their choice, but this time allowing solo/featured vocals with points being awarded. The final round saw the glee clubs taking to the stage individually and performing their "survival song".

Series 3–[edit]

The third series onwards carried largely the same format as the first two series. There were five heats as opposed to eight, and there were only two rounds (with the second round featured in the second round scrapped). The third series onwards showed the selection process for the heats. Guest judges were also featured in this segment.

Throughout the heats, the judges score the clubs on vocal ability, creativity and performance and their combined score all together determined who wins the heat. The top 5 ranked groups out of all the heats were chosen to go to the live semifinals - whether or not the groups won the heat. The heat winners are awarded with medals. Promotional clips for Sport/Comic Relief are often shown in between each segment as the judges are verifying the scores. In earlier series (series 1 and 2), the total is out of 270, 90 points awarded for each round. Since the third series, a total of 240 points are up for grabs, 120 per round.

The live semifinals featured a phone vote, allowing viewers to vote for their favorite group; however, the judges still scored the glee clubs in the event of a tiebreak. The semi finals consisted of one performance from the glee clubs. The top three groups were put through to the final, where the same rules applied. It usually consisted of a guest performance.

The show is filmed at the BBC Scotland studios.[3] Initial auditions take place in Glasgow, Manchester, London, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol and Newcastle in front of vocal coach John Modi.[4] These initial auditions are often featured but not fully televised. The top 24 glee clubs are picked by Modi to progress in the competition.

Judges and presenters[edit]

Carrie Grant, David Grant, and Sisco Gomez served as judges for the first two series. The judges' auditions in the third series featured Carrie and David Grant, vocal coach John Modi (who also took part in the heats from the third series) and guest judges Dionne Bromfield, Stacey Solomon, and Joe McElderry. Gomez did not feature in the judges' auditions for the third series, but joined the Grants and Modi from the heats onwards. The fourth series featured Bromfield, Kerry Ellis and Erin Boag as guest judges for the judges auditions.

The show was presented solely by Sam & Mark for the first two series. Naomi Wilkinson presented the judges' auditions for the third series and served as backstage presenter for the studio shows while Sam & Mark presented the main show.

Comic Relief Does Glee Club (series 1 - 2011)[edit]

Reception[edit]

Show Date Viewers Share
Heat 1 14 March 976,000 6.22%
Heat 2 15 March 910,000 5.78%
Heat 3 16 March 885,000 5.65%
Semifinal 17 March 880,000 5.64%
Final 18 March 1,008,000 6.45%
Series average 2011 931,000 5.94%

Sport Relief Does Glee Club (series 2 - 2012)[edit]

Reception[edit]

Show Date Viewers Share
Heat 1 12 March 258,000 2.44%
Heat 2 13 March 212,000 1.91%
Heat 3 14 March 189,000 1.74%
Heat 4 15 March 244,000 2.33%
Heat 5 16 March 227,000 1.92%
Heat 6 19 March 255,000 2.34%
Heat 7 20 March 183,000 1.83%
Heat 8 21 March 195,000 1.95%
Semifinal 22 March 581,000[nb 1] 5.68%
Final 23 March 1,223,000[nb 2] 8.64%
Series average 2012 357,000 3.07%

Comic Relief Does Glee Club (Series 3 - 2013)[edit]

Judges' auditions[edit]

The guest judges for the judges' auditions were Dionne Bromfield, Joe McElderry, and Stacey Solomon.

Show 1[edit]

Act Performance Guest judge Status
M.A.D "Shackles (Praise You)" Joe McElderry Through to heats
Triple Threat "Under Pressure/"No-One but You (Only the Good Die Young)" Stacey Solomon Eliminated
The Sweets "She Said" Dionne Bromfield Through to heats
Encore "Picking Up the Pieces" Joe McElderry Through to heats
Fly Beat "I've Got the Music in Me" Dionne Bromfield Eliminated
Resonate "Emotion" Joe McElderry Through to heats
Blue Note "Wildest Moments" Stacey Solomon Eliminated
Raveheart "Wings" Stacey Solomon Through to heats

Show 2[edit]

Act Performance Guest judge Status
Excellar8 "We Are Young" Stacey Solomon Through to heats
Fresh "Don't Stop Movin'" Joe McElderry Eliminated
Impact "Perfect" Dionne Bromfield Through to heats
True To Your Skool "Will You Be There" Joe McElderry Eliminated
Musicality "Joyful, Joyful" Joe McElderry Through to heats
New Creation "Picking Up the Pieces" Dionne Bromfield Through to heats
6 String "Count on Me" Dionne Bromfield Eliminated
Diva 8 "Some Nights" Joe McElderry Through to heats

Show 3[edit]

Act Performance Guest judge Status
The Peppermints "Tears in Heaven"/"Wings" Stacey Solomon Through to heats
Activ8 "Domino" Joe McElderry Eliminated
Allsorts "Stereo Hearts"/"LaserLight Dionne Bromfield Through to heats
Bittersweet "Material Girl" Joe McElderry Through to heats
Domino "Blame It on the Boogie" Joe McElderry Eliminated
Figure of Eight "Hold On" Joe McElderry Through to heats
Gr8 Expectations "Pinball Wizard" Dionne Bromfield Eliminated
LS8 "The Time Warp" Joe McElderry Through to heats

Studio Heats[edit]

Key   Eliminated   Heat winners   Semi-finalists   Heat winners and semi-finalists

Heat one[edit]

Act First performance Second performance Score
Excellar8 "Troublemaker" "Diamonds" 165
LS8 "It's Oh So Quiet" 177
Diva8 "Waterfalls" 154

Heat two[edit]

Act First performance Second performance Score
Musicality "The Climb" "Proud Mary" 173
New Creation "Wide Awake" N/A
Encore "You Bring Me Joy" 144

Heat three[edit]

Act First performance Second performance Score
Raveheart "Call My Name" "Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves" 191
The Peppermints "Swagger Jagger" N/A
Figure of Eight "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" 144

Heat four[edit]

Act First performance Second performance Score
The Sweets "Live While We're Young" "Payphone" N/A
Impact "Stand By Me" N/A
M.A.D "I Knew You Were Trouble" 183

Heat five[edit]

Act First performance Second performance Score
Resonate "Wings" "Run" 179
Bittersweet "The Promise" 178
Allsorts "Joyful, Joyful" N/A

Semi-Final[edit]

Key   Eliminated   Finalists
Act Performance Status
Bittersweet "Broken Heels" Eliminated
Resonate "Beneath Your Beautiful" Finalists
M.A.D "River Deep – Mountain High" Eliminated
LS8 "Kids in America" Finalists
Raveheart "Jump (for My Love)" Finalists

Final[edit]

Key   Winners
Act Performance Status
Resonate "I Dreamed a Dream" Winners
LS8 "Forget You" Runners up
Raveheart "E.T"/"DNA" Runners up

Reception[edit]

Show Date Viewers Share
Judges' auditions 1 4 March 213,000 1.9%
Judges' auditions 2 5 March 244,000 2.2%
Judges' auditions 3 6 March 278,000 2.2%
Heat 1 7 March 259,000 2.1%
Heat 2 8 March 241,000 2.0%
Heat 3 11 March 202,000 1.6%
Heat 4 12 March 231,000 1.9%
Heat 5 13 March 218,000 1.9%
Semifinal 14 March 964,000[nb 3] 8.8%[nb 4]
Final 15 March 1,180,000[nb 5] 10.1%[nb 6]
Series average 2013 403,000 3.5%

Sport Relief Does Glee Club (Series 4 - 2014)[edit]

Judges' auditions[edit]

The guest judges for the judges' auditions were Dionne Bromfield, Kerry Ellis and Erin Boag.

Show one[edit]

Act Performance Guest judge Status
VoxBox "Joyful, Joyful" Dionne Bromfield Through to heats
Encore "Falling" Dionne Bromfield Through to heats
Miss Chief "Revolting Children/When I Grow Up" Kerry Ellis Through to heats
Triple Threat "Mirrors"/"Man in the Mirror" Erin Boag Eliminated
MT13 "Wings" Kerry Ellis Through to heats
Rococo "Some Nights" Dionne Bromfield Eliminated
Swing and Jazz "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)" Kerry Ellis Eliminated
The Peppermints "Titanium"/"Wannabe" Dionne Bromfield Through to heats

Show two[edit]

Act Performance Guest judge Status
Hi'Jinx "I Love It" Erin Boag Through to heats
Figure8 "Starships" Dionne Bromfield Eliminated
#BOOM! "Wings" Erin Boag Through to heats
Harmonee "Super Trouper" Kerry Ellis Eliminated
React "Some Nights" Erin Boag Through to heats
Inferno "Naughty" Kerry Ellis Through to heats
All Sorts "Sweet Georgia Brown" Erin Boag Eliminated
Musicality "Mr. Blue Sky" Dionne Bromfield Through to heats

Show three[edit]

Act Performance Guest judge Status
The Gleeks "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" Kerry Ellis Through to heats
A-List "Price Tag" Erin Boag Through to heats
Roar Mania "Roar" Dionne Bromfield Eliminated
Abstract "I Will Survive" Erin Boag Through to heats
Tenacity^1 "Mirrors" Dionne Bromfield Eliminated
Unity 7 "Shake It Out" Erin Boag Through to heats
Young Vibe "Mercy" Dionne Bromfield Eliminated
BuSKerS "Next To Me" Dionne Bromfield Through to heats

1 Tenacity were unable to progress to the heats, so Unity 7 took their place.

Studio Heats[edit]

Key   Eliminated   Heat winners   Semi-finalists   Heat winners and semi-finalists

Heat one[edit]

Act First performance Second performance Score
Hi'Jinx "Story of My Life" "Call Me Maybe" 142
Voxbox "Man in the Mirror" 165
The Gleeks "We Go Together" 170

Heat two[edit]

Act First performance Second performance Score
Miss Chief "Roar" "Price Tag" 64^2
Inferno "Hard Knock Life" 153
Unity 7 "Love Story" 163

Heat three[edit]

Act First performance Second performance Score
BuSKerS "Applause" "Seasons of Love" 49^2
The Peppermints "Move" 70^2
A-List "Reach Out I'll Be There" 176

Heat four[edit]

Act First performance Second performance Score
MT13 "Mirrors" "I Want You Back" 174
Encore "It's My Party" 66^2
Abstract "You Keep Me Hanging On" 172

Heat five[edit]

Act First performance Second performance Score
Musicality "Pompeii" "Somewhere Only We Know" 194
React "Treasure" 77^2
#BOOM! "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" 173

2 Score after round 1.

Semi-Final[edit]

Key   Eliminated   Finalists
Act Performance Status
Abstract "Halo" Eliminated
MT13 "Rather Be" Finalists
#BOOM! "I Won't Give Up" Eliminated
A-List "Dynamite" Finalists
Musicality "Strong" Finalists

Final[edit]

Key   Winners
  • Performance: Neon Jungle — "Welcome to the Jungle"
Act Performance Status
MT13 "Lost in Music" Runners up
A-List "A Thousand Years" Runners up
Musicality "Impossible" Winners

References[edit]

  1. ^ 216,000 viewers on CBBC, 365,000 on BBC One.
  2. ^ 403,000 viewers on CBBC, 820,000 viewers on BBC One
  3. ^ 179,000 viewers on CBBC and 786,000 viewers on BBC One
  4. ^ 1.6% share on CBBC and 7.2% share on BBC One
  5. ^ 244,000 viewers on CBBC and 937,000 viewers on BBC One.
  6. ^ 2.1% share on CBBC and 8% share on BBC One.