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Video THE SHOW BEGINS! | Sing It! | Episode 1 (Full Episode)

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  • What the [bleep]?
  • You can't do this to me!
  • I created "Sing It!"
  • I birthed it from my vagina, you [bleep]!
  • Welcome to "Celebration Tonight."
  • Television is abuzz with the drama surrounding "Sing It!"
  • the longest-running television singing competition.
  • For as long as we can remember,
  • the world has been captivated
  • watching unknown singers achieve their dreams.
  • ♪ Baa baa, black sheep ♪
  • ♪ Have you any wool? ♪
  • ♪ Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full ♪
  • You're out.
  • Ohh.
  • Kind of liked him.
  • And now longtime executive producer Bradley Datner
  • has suddenly exited the show in what the network
  • is calling a mutually amicable parting of the ways.
  • 'Cause this is gonna [bleep] you up!
  • "Sing it"? More like "Suck It!"
  • Did you get my dick on camera? [bleep]!
  • Rumor has it longtime executive producer
  • Stacey Needles is poised to take the helm.
  • The show's fate will lie in the hands
  • of whoever takes over this once hit series.
  • Hi, Megan.
  • Which look do you like better?
  • Thanks, Stacey!
  • Can you sign this so I can learn to forge your signature?
  • That was Brad's way of doing things because he got too lazy.
  • I want to read everything before my name goes on it,
  • except birthday cards. Feel free to forge those.
  • Thanks, Stacey.
  • Yo, man, I don't think so.
  • [contestant singing]
  • Hey.
  • ♪ ...no sound ♪
  • ♪ No one hears the silent tears... ♪
  • How old is this one again?
  • 16.
  • Think we've found this season's soprano jailbait.
  • What's her deal?
  • Loves her parents, Jesus,
  • captain of her softball team.
  • Ucch. Vanilla. We need to pimp her story.
  • Get the writers on it stat.
  • You always have a plan, Stace.
  • Don't drop my "Y."
  • ♪ So beat down on me, beat down like a waterfall ♪
  • ♪ 'Cause, baby, I am ready to be free ♪
  • [singing in Korean]
  • What is with those gloves?
  • Oh, she never takes them off.
  • Must be a Chinese good luck thing.
  • I'm Korean.
  • Must be a Korean good luck thing.
  • Well, good luck tonight.
  • Mm-hmm. Konnichiwa.
  • ♪ Gee, gee, gee, baby, baby, baby ♪
  • ♪ Gee, gee, gee, baby, baby, baby ♪
  • Big day for you, Stacey.
  • I got you a little congrats gift.
  • Thank you.
  • It's from my product line that's in beta.
  • I'd really like your feedback.
  • Okay.
  • Out.
  • Okay.
  • Oh, remember,
  • Troy loves you.
  • Peww peww peww peww.
  • Peww.
  • Peww.
  • [sighs]
  • The years paid off.
  • Hello, hello!
  • I have a big announcement.
  • Stacey...
  • I would like you to meet Drew Davies.
  • Hi. Nice to meet you.
  • Do you work with Marcy at the network?
  • No.
  • Is this the bike messenger
  • you've been hooking up with?
  • Oh, no.
  • Do you want to tell me who it is
  • so we can get to the big news?
  • Actually, I am the big news.
  • I'm the new executive producer of "Sing It!"
  • That's my big announcement.
  • Boom! Captured. [laughs]
  • Welcome to "Sing It's" Arab Spring,
  • the day "Sing It!" became relevant again.
  • [mouths words]
  • Oh, wait. You're not smiling.
  • Let's do that again.
  • Yeah.
  • ♪ Whoa, oh oh oh, oh oh ♪
  • ♪ Whoa, oh oh oh, oh oh ♪
  • ♪ Whoa oh ♪
  • ♪ Whoa, oh oh oh, oh oh ♪
  • ♪ Whoa, oh oh, oh oh ♪
  • ♪ Whoa, oh oh, oh oh ♪
  • What the balls, Marcy?! I've been busting my ass,
  • and then you step on my throat in your Prada boats?
  • [gasps] Do you love 'em?
  • I couldn't decide between brown or black, so I got 'em both.
  • Marcy, I haven't left this building in years.
  • I have missed birthdays, anniversaries,
  • my mother's funeral.
  • I haven't had a guy inside me that I remotely like
  • since before Obama was in office,
  • and that includes when he was a senator.
  • I'm sorry about your mom and your vagina.
  • Who is this guy?
  • Drew made that documentary piece
  • about how "Sing It!" is ruining the music industry.
  • Does he have any TV experience?
  • Experience is overrated,
  • and I can tell you that from experience.
  • So no show-running background?
  • Well, he graduated from film school at NYU,
  • and he was almost nominated for an Oscar
  • for his documentary "The Day After Yesterday."
  • That's today.
  • Oh, my God. I just got that.
  • He is so deep.
  • Okay, um, how could you hire someone
  • with no TV experience to take over my show?
  • Stacey, have you even seen his documentary on "Sing It"?
  • It's on my Netflix queue
  • of things never to watch.
  • I am in the goddamn trenches
  • on the goddamn floor every goddamn night.
  • I don't have time to pee,
  • let alone watch someone criticize my show.
  • I know a guy who can hypnotize you to only pee on the weekends.
  • That's it. I quit. I'm out.
  • Stacey! Stacey, Stacey, stay right where you are.
  • Listen. Drew is good for our P.R.
  • [scoffs]
  • Respected music snob disses show,
  • claims he can fix it.
  • Network gives him the opportunity.
  • If the show becomes a beast again,
  • Drew has a notch in his belt, and he heads off to make more documentaries,
  • and then we hire you for 70% of his salary.
  • If it's a disaster, we fire him.
  • Then you take over at 60% of his salary.
  • So either way, I take over.
  • At 50% of his salary.
  • And just so you know,
  • this did not come from me. It came from the higher-ups.
  • They wanted to shake things up, so...
  • Okay, Drew, Stacey is going to show you the ropes
  • and give you your tour.
  • For the record, Drew,
  • the folks up top did not want a big shake-up.
  • I fought hard for you.
  • Whoever was in here before
  • had a lot of "Sing It! mementoes.
  • Pretty maudlin, right?
  • Let's get this tour over with so I can get back to work.
  • Oh.
  • Who's this handsome fella?
  • Troy Blue, Meet Drew Davies.
  • The Drew Davies,
  • as in "'Sing It!' is cancer to music,
  • but could be cured," Drew Davies?
  • I have a noose in my office with your name on it.
  • He's our new executive producer.
  • The Drew Davies?
  • [laughs]
  • As in the brilliant filmmaker?
  • Oh, wh-wh-wh-wh-wh-what I meant was--
  • is--is--is--is--is-- is that I have a noose-paper
  • in-in my office with your name on it,
  • so you can just swing on by and--
  • Ooh, is that your special lady?
  • Yep, that's my Nina, four years strong.
  • She's in Sierra Leone.
  • She's working with Doctors Without Borders,
  • curing Ebola patients.
  • Ohh! And I just shook your hand.
  • I haven't seen her in six months.
  • Ohh! And I just shook your hand?
  • Nah, I'm just messing with you.
  • [whispers] I masturbate, too.
  • Well, as the irreplaceable face of "Sing It!"
  • I present to you
  • this basket of expensive lotions
  • as a welcome gift,
  • so enjoy the pineapple.
  • It's from México.
  • Okay, so this is grunt city,
  • P.A.s, researchers, assistants.
  • Got it. Gonna meet and greet.
  • Great.
  • Hey, boss.
  • As your new assistant,
  • I brought you a coffee as a peace offering.
  • Well, you're gonna want to give it to Genius Bar over there.
  • He's your new boss.
  • I know.
  • Troy already tweeted it.
  • I just wanted to make you say it.
  • Drew, meet Luke Crane, your new assistant.
  • Oh, okay. Cool.
  • Oh.
  • Paralysis is cool.
  • Spinal-cord injuries are cool.
  • What, you're gonna go meet up
  • with your hipster buddies tonight,
  • brag about what a generous guy you are while you eat
  • your artisanal street tacos, aren't you?
  • So openhearted.
  • Hmm.
  • You know, I didn't realize
  • that my initial response to somebody in a wheelchair
  • being my personal assistant was to placate
  • and pretend like it wasn't a concern.
  • That was false of me.
  • I strive for better.
  • I look forward to working with you, Luke.
  • Sweet. That's sweet.
  • This is home away from home.
  • Stacey, here's that audition highlight reel
  • you were asking for.
  • Great.
  • [singing poorly] ♪ Girl ♪
  • ♪ I'm afraid to tell you ♪
  • ♪ That I want you, baby ♪
  • [half-singing] ♪ Sweet land of liberty ♪
  • ♪ Of thee, I sing ♪
  • ♪ Twinkle, twinkle, little star ♪
  • ♪ How I wonder what ♪
  • ...you are.
  • How is this a highlight reel?
  • These people are abysmal.
  • The audience loves it.
  • That's why we pay them to suck.
  • You do what?
  • We hire actors to be bad.
  • Sorry, abysmal.
  • You're in charge, and you don't know
  • the most obvious thing about reality television?
  • Well, I know it needs to stop.
  • ♪ Rock-a-bye, baby ♪
  • ♪ In the treetop... ♪
  • Anyway, this is typically where we watch the show from.
  • No, no, no, no.
  • There are too many barriers.
  • This control room
  • gets between us and the singers.
  • The overblown production
  • gets between the singers and the audience.
  • We need to tear down those barriers
  • if we want the viewers
  • to connect to the music.
  • Or we could just go to everyone's house and sing to them.
  • Well, if the ratings get any lower,
  • we might actually have to do that.
  • WOMAN: I don't give a rat's ass about excuses!
  • We have a day to make, people!
  • Do you hear me?!
  • Even though we all hate the new douche-bag E.P.,
  • you need to get it together for the show tonight!
  • First impressions matter!
  • [cheerful] Okay, lunch.
  • Enjoy your meal, guys. Work hard, relax hard.
  • Oh, Stacey. Sorry. I'll get back to work.
  • Uh, hold on.
  • Someone I want you to meet.
  • I'm the new douche bag
  • that everybody already hates.
  • Oh, my God.
  • Idiot.
  • I am so sorry.
  • Kori's the stage manager.
  • Oh, and what does a stage manager do?
  • She finishes your tour.
  • [sighs] Hi. Really, I'm so sorry.
  • It's okay.
  • I know I need to prove myself
  • and learn from everybody, yourself included.
  • No producer has ever wanted to learn from me before.
  • Are you trying to seduce me?
  • No, I'm not.
  • Oh.
  • What's with Stacey?
  • Can you explain the unrelenting 'tude?
  • Probably not my place to say this,
  • but, uh, everybody just assumed that Stacey would be taking over.
  • She's worked years for this.
  • Oh, how did I not pick up on that?
  • [scoffs] Idiot.
  • Sorry.
  • Hey.
  • I brought you some coffee.
  • What's this?
  • A peace offering.
  • [sighs]
  • Stacey, I had no idea that they gave me your job.
  • It was never my job.
  • Well, I know that if this happened to me,
  • I would hate me, too,
  • and I don't want you to hate me.
  • This is an unfair situation for both of us.
  • Ohh. Well, I can see how this sucks for you.
  • It does.
  • 'Cause the person I need to count on the most
  • already wants to shove Troy's mike up my ass.
  • Stacey, your "Sing It!" app is ready to go!
  • An app? Like it. What's it for?
  • Uh, it's just something I've been working on.
  • It lets the audience vote for their favorite contestant.
  • That's great!
  • One glitch.
  • I'm getting rid of audience voting.
  • Run that by me again?
  • These shows are always won by a pretty face
  • or a splashy costume.
  • I mean, we can't be music prom anymore.
  • So let me get this straight.
  • You're taking away the one thing
  • that engages an already dwindling audience?
  • From now on, the audience doesn't vote.
  • The judges do.
  • Excuse me just one moment.
  • [screams]
  • If I had known that being a judge
  • would involve actual judging,
  • I never would have agreed to do this.
  • No, I sit.
  • I look pretty.
  • Or hungover.
  • Uh-huh.
  • And then the audience has to be the bad guy.
  • I--I will not be your bad guy.
  • I don't want you to be the bad guy.
  • I want you to be the real guy.
  • There's only two judges,
  • so if we don't vote the same, you're screwed.
  • That's why, starting next week,
  • I'm bringing in a third guest judge.
  • I'm calling my agent.
  • #PopStarsLivesMatter.
  • Holli, when you split with Destiny, you self-destructed.
  • People waited for you to be the next train wreck,
  • to shave your head or throw eggs at your neighbors.
  • Are you trying to neg me?
  • 'Cause it's kind of working.
  • You had one of the best solo pop albums ever,
  • "Holli-Luyah."
  • Oh, some may call it pretentious.
  • Look who's talking.
  • I found it to be genius.
  • A pop star who writes her own songs?
  • The people need to rediscover the real you,
  • and in the process, you will help find the next Holli.
  • [sobs] Okay, I'll do it!
  • Ahh!
  • What about you, Barry?
  • Oh, people take me seriously.
  • I'm one of the most successful
  • record producers of all time.
  • I have a house in Malibu I built just for my Grammys.
  • Yeah, but you don't even produce anymore.
  • Your only contribution to young talent
  • in the last five years has been anxiety and eating disorders.
  • Tell me about it.
  • He said, "Young."
  • See, this is what I'm talking about.
  • You've become a caricature.
  • You have an opportunity
  • to be one of the only judges on a singing show
  • who actually judges.
  • Just your extraordinary taste
  • and expertise.
  • Come on, Barry.
  • Go on this journey with me.
  • You really care about the music?
  • It's my whole existence.
  • [sobs] Okay, I'll do it.
  • I'll do--
  • No, but seriously, I'll do it.
  • Seriously?
  • [theme music playing]
  • ♪ Yeah, yeah ♪
  • ♪ Hey, hey, hey ♪
  • ♪ Hey, yeah ♪
  • Oh!
  • Oh! Oh! Oh!
  • Yes! Yes!
  • Yes! Come on, now!
  • Hello, everybody!
  • Welcome back to...
  • "Sing It!"
  • "Sing It!"
  • After an interesting
  • and grueling audition process,
  • Now comes everyone's favorite part,
  • where we crush more dreams.
  • We're about to go from 12 contestants
  • down to our 10 finalists, who will earn their colors.
  • And for the first time ever,
  • the judges hold all the cards.
  • And may I add this also gives more weight to the competition.
  • You can't just get by on a pretty face
  • and a $5,000 suit.
  • Isn't that right, Troy?
  • AUDIENCE: Ooh!
  • Ooh.
  • More fun buddy banter from me and Barry later.
  • [cheering]
  • [music playing]
  • ♪ Oh, baby, baby ♪
  • Whoo!
  • ♪ Oh, baby, baby ♪
  • ♪ How was I supposed to know ♪
  • ♪ That something wasn't right, yeah? ♪
  • ♪ Oh, baby, baby ♪
  • ♪ I shouldn't have let you go ♪
  • ♪ But now you're out of sight, yeah ♪
  • ♪ Show me how you want it to be ♪
  • ♪ Tell me, baby, 'cause I need to know now ♪
  • ♪ Oh, because ♪
  • ♪ My loneliness is killing me ♪
  • ♪ And I, I must confess ♪
  • ♪ I still believe ♪
  • ♪ Still believe ♪
  • ♪ When I'm not with you, I lose my mind ♪
  • ♪ Give me a sign ♪
  • ♪ Hit me, baby, one more time ♪
  • [cheering]
  • You've been getting to know the hopefuls all night.
  • Let's finally meet our youngest, Maisy Kelly.
  • [display sputters]
  • That is not Maisy.
  • [laughs]
  • Ah, damn it.
  • We have a corrupt file. Move.
  • What do you want us to do, Drew?
  • Uh, we--we could...
  • [laughs]
  • Um...
  • we--we could--
  • we could, uh--
  • Stall, Troy. We have a glitch.
  • Thank you.
  • Interesting factoid, ladies and gentlemen--
  • Maisy Kelly is only 16 years old,
  • which makes her the youngest contestant
  • to make it this far in "Sing It!" history.
  • Holli, Barry, thoughts on that?
  • Fixed. We're good, Troy.
  • Never mind. Well, let's get to know Maisy.
  • [applause] Go, Maisy! Whoo!
  • TROY: When little Maisy was born,
  • she could not speak.
  • We loved our little angel,
  • but we never thought we'd hear her voice.
  • Even her cries were silent.
  • TROY: But then one morning, everything changed.
  • I was in the kitchen singing the "Thong Song,"
  • and all of a sudden, she started to hum along.
  • And those hums turned into full-on singing.
  • She never looked back.
  • JON: Music gave Maisy her voice,
  • and we could not be more proud of how far it's taken us.
  • Her, I mean.
  • -Of course her. -Yeah.
  • [sighs] That was beautiful.
  • Don't tell me. Tell the writers.
  • Are you telling me that was fabricated?
  • Dude, seriously, how do you not know these things?
  • Is nothing on this show real?
  • Troy's suit really is $5,000.
  • That is the last time we produce anything
  • on this show that isn't 100% real.
  • ♪ You know I had lost hope ♪
  • ♪ I was all alone ♪
  • ♪ Never been so low until you came along ♪
  • ♪ Teacher, I can feel the dots connecting ♪
  • ♪ So beat down on me ♪
  • ♪ Beat down like a waterfall ♪
  • ♪ 'Cause I can take on ♪
  • ♪ So much more than I had ever dreamed ♪
  • ♪ So beat down on me, beat down like a waterfall ♪
  • ♪ 'Cause, baby, I am ready to be free ♪
  • ♪ Now I am invincible ♪
  • ♪ No, I ain't a scared little girl no more ♪
  • ♪ Yeah, I am invincible ♪
  • ♪ What was I running for? ♪
  • ♪ I was hiding from the world ♪
  • ♪ I was so afraid, I was so unsure ♪
  • ♪ Now I am invincible ♪
  • ♪ Another perfect storm ♪
  • [cheering]
  • 10 of you will be represented by a color
  • that will be your beacon through the season.
  • But for two of you,
  • the world is about to fade to black.
  • TROY: Judges.
  • I thought all of you did--
  • I thought all of you were really, really so talented,
  • all of you, and none of you should go home.
  • None of-- No one should ever go home. I--
  • I'm so--I think you're great,
  • and I didn't-- I wasn't prepared
  • to choose to do-- to choose what--
  • to choose--Hahh!
  • I need a Xanax.
  • Ahh! Ahh!
  • [gasps]
  • Where's my Xanax?
  • Troy, throw to commercial.
  • We'll be back right after this breakdown.
  • I mean break.
  • Stacey, why did you break?
  • Holli's struggle is real.
  • Walk with me.
  • You do realize you're in charge, right?
  • On live TV, you need to deal with things immediately.
  • But things need to play out.
  • It's more earnest to see the angst and pain
  • from which great music is born.
  • Oh, my God. How much did your parents pay
  • for that pretentious bullshit?
  • [blubbering] No, no, no.
  • I cannot be the reason that some failed singer
  • becomes a drug addict.
  • Remember what I said, Holli,
  • about people's perceptions of you?
  • And now their perception of me will be
  • that I'm a dream-sucking vampire bitch.
  • Holli, don't look at it like you are taking away someone's dream.
  • Look at it like you are giving a dream to 10 deserving people.
  • [sniffles] So I'm like a-- a dream genie?
  • Like Xtina, but before
  • all the confusing sexual preferences.
  • STACEY: Yeah. Yeah.
  • Don't let a deserving person get screwed.
  • That's happened enough today.
  • Get back onstage.
  • [sighs]
  • That was really good.
  • I do what I have to do.
  • The show means everything to me.
  • See, I love that drive,
  • but getting rid of voting and fake stories
  • is just the beginning of what I need to do here.
  • And you've proven to me today
  • that I'm gonna need to have you onboard.
  • Right. Okay.
  • TROY: And with the judges' eliminations,
  • it is time.
  • Let's meet our Top 10!
  • With flash and showmanship, with a style all his own,
  • get on up, Freddy Traymont.
  • At only 16 years old, Maisy Kelly.
  • A former bus driver, Crystal Carl.
  • She's been street performing to pay for community college,
  • Adeline Murphy.
  • A married couple competing against each other,
  • Darrell and Darcy Docket.
  • He crept into America from the North,
  • Magnus Erikson.
  • A rocker ready to prove
  • that metal singers have talent, too,
  • Zack Tribbet.
  • An Orthodox Jew rapping his way into your hearts,
  • as long as it's not on the Sabbath,
  • Shimon Rabinowitz.
  • Her trademark gloves and energetic voice
  • make her a real contender, Sophie Chu.
  • There you have it,
  • your final 10 contestants for this season of...
  • "Sing It!"
  • "Sing It!"
  • [cheering]
  • Yeah!
  • This is gonna be...
  • This is gonna be...
  • the best season ever.
  • the worst season ever.
  • [music playing]
  • CROWD: Potvin sucks!

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In the series premiere of Sing It!, the long running singing competition show goes through a regime change right at the start of the season, as they announce the final ten.

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