Mamma Mia! I Have A Dream viewers have two big complaints as they rip into ITV show's premiere | The Sun
23rd October 2023

MAMMA Mia! I Have A Dream viewers were left with two big complaints as they ripped into the new show.

The brand new ITV singing competition made its highly anticipated debut on Sunday night.

It sees 14 contestants – seven boys and seven girls – battle it out to bag a place in the iconic West End show.

Mamma Mia's creator Judy Craymer is leading the hunt for the next Sophie and Skye for the stage performance.

BBC Radio 2's Zoe Ball is on presenting duties while four judges critique and whittle down the hopefuls.

They are Glee star Amber Riley, theatre performer Samantha Barks, popstar Jessie Ware and comedian Alan Carr.

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However, viewers at home were left scratching their heads as they pointed out Alan had no musical background.

Taking to social media, one said: "#IHaveADream talented industry judges… And Alan Carr."

Another wrote: "Get all the judge choices bar Alan Carr."

"Oh and Alan Carr was… available. Great," said a third.

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Meanwhile, viewers also had a big problem with the contestans' high-pitched reactions during the episode.

One commented: "Why do people need to scream/squeal so much?!"

Another commented: "Ok, it’s been 15 minutes and there’s too much screaming for me."

While a third posted: "So far in #MammaMia there’s far too much screaming and squealing!"

Mamma Mia! I Have A Dream continues next Sunday at 6pm where the first elimination will take place on ITV1 and ITVX.

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