Two U.S. networks have made offers for an American version of the new British game show "Sing if You Can," reports Deadline.com. The report does not identify the networks.
"Sing if You Can" debuted Saturday on the U.K.’s ITV with 5.4 million viewers, ranking as the network’s biggest unscripted series debut in two years, the article notes.
The format has two celebrity teams try to sing popular songs while being distracted, such as by having one’s chest waxed, the story says. The U.S. version being pitched doesn’t include celebrities, the story notes.