Dizzee Rascal's 'Must Be the Music' Axed After Only One Season

December 28, 2010 03:14:56 GMT

Unimpressed with the show's viewing figures, bosses at Sky One decided not to commission a second series for the talent show.


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Dizzee Rascal's attempts to forge a TV career have flopped - the British rapper's talent-spotting show "Must Be the Music" has been axed. The "Bonkers" hitmaker launched the American Idol-style program in the summer, touring his native Britain to seek out stars of the future.

But bosses at Sky One were unimpressed with the show's viewing figures and will not be commissioning a second series. The rapper was a judge on "Must Be the Music", alongside Texas frontwoman Sharleen Spiteri and jazz star Jamie Cullum.

Previously, a representative for British rapper Dizzee Rascal was forced to deny rumors he is dating Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia, after the pair was spotted enjoying a shopping trip in London on Thursday, December 23. "They're good friends. He was just escorting her on a shopping trip," the rep said.


 




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posted by Jack on Apr 29, 2011
What? Must be the music was an amazing series! Poor choice by the management team! Must be the music was gaining popularity!

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