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What time is Game Of Talents on ITV tonight and how does it work?

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Vernon Kay is hosting Game Of Talents (Picture: ITV)

Vernon Kay returning to prime-time television after his stint on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! as the host of family ITV show Game of Talents on Saturday nights.

The series is filling the slot of Saturday Night Takeaway which finished over the Easter weekend.

And viewers can expect a big budget production with lots of famous faces making appearances as well as talented guests, with Vernon’s wife Tess Daly a star guest on the opening show.

The programme is described as ‘where the world of talent show and game show collides’.

What time is Game Of Talents on tonight?

Game Of Talents will air on ITV Saturdays from April 10 at 7.30pm for one hour and will continue for seven weeks.

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Contestants will have to guess the talents of performers with the help of a celebrity like Tess Daly (Picture: ITV)

How does Game Of Talents work?

The series will see contestants team up with celebrities to try and guess the secret talents of members of the public as they compete to win a cash prize.

Eight people will perform per episode with the viewers at home and studio audience having no idea what the talents of the individuals are.

Two contestants will compete with a celebrity each to guess the talents on show throughout each episode.

After meeting the performer, team one has a choice to play on if they are confident they’ll be able to guess the talent or pass after they’re given a clue.

The playing team then has to guess which talent belongs to the performer from a list of eight as the performer prepares to take to the stage.

Game of Talents airs on ITV from 7.30pm on Saturdays.

Credit: Original article published here.

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