The Australian version of the music game show where six contestants vocally put their knowledge of song lyrics to the test as they compete for the title of The Singing Bee Champion and the chance to win up to A\$50,000 cash.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Singing Bee Australia - Samantha Sang - Netflix
Cheryl Lau “Samantha” Sang (born 5 August 1951) is an Australian singer from Melbourne who had an earlier career as Cheryl Gray. She had a number eight hit in Australia with “You Made Me What I Am” in 1967. By 1969, she had relocated to the United Kingdom, where she worked with the Bee Gees before returning to Australia in 1975. Sang reconnected with the Bee Gees in 1977 and had a number three hit with their song “Emotion” on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1978, which also peaked at number two in Australia and at number eleven in the United Kingdom. The related album, Emotion, reached the top 30 on Billboard 200 and included two other Hot 100 singles.
The Singing Bee Australia - Early life - Netflix
Sang was born to Reg and Joan (née Clarke) Sang in Melbourne, Australia, the great-great-granddaughter of a Chinese herbalist and surgeon. Her dad, Reg, ran a singing school and performed professionally as Reg Gray.
The Singing Bee Australia - References - Netflix