All Together Now, the BBC singing contest fronted by Geri Horner, has been given the chop after its second season.
The talent competition's unique concept saw contestants sing to a panel of 100 music professionals to compete for a £50,000 prize.
Spice Girls singer Geri, 46, was at the helm of the show, alongside presenter Rob Beckett.
There were high hopes for the new programme, which had a primetime slot on Saturday night TV.
A source told The Sun: "The show was good fun and seemed to rate well. It had solid ratings and the BBC commissioned a second series, so clearly saw some promise in it.
"But after two airings and a celebrity special, which was won by EastEnders' Laurie Brett, they've decided to leave it there. They thought Rob and Geri were a great team and are now seeing what else they can do with them."
Geri would sit on the 100-strong panel and members of the panel would then stand up if they liked the wannabe singers' performances.
They thought Rob and Geri were a great team and are now seeing what else they can do with them.
A BBC spokesperson confirmed the news.
They said: "The award-winning format is now on air in 14 countries and the BBC is delighted to have played a part in bringing this unique singing show to the wider TV world. We would like to thank the production team for all their hard work in launching such a successful format."
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