Christmas Day 2013: Don’t miss ‘The Big Christmas Reunion’

by Martin

The-Big-Reunion ChristmasThis is your 30 minute warning!

Blue, Atomic Kitten, Five, The Honeyz, B*Witched, 911 and Liberty X have all joined forces after returning on ITV’s ‘The Big Reunion’ to release their own Christmas single.

The supergroup of supergroups (except McBusted of course) have recorded Wizzard’s ‘I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday’ for ITV’s Text Santa fundraiser.

‘The Big Christmas Reunion’ was aired earlier this month on ITV2 but this repeat gives viewers a chance to see it if they missed it the first time around.

The ITV show provides viewers with a behind-the-scenes look at what happens when all six bands join forces to record their charity single.


However it’s not going to be an easy task as they have just two days to record their Christmas single and ITV’s cameras will capture all the drama and pressure as the groups have to work together with music producer Cutfather.

One star however will be granted the honour of singing the iconic final line but with everyone competing and the final choice not being revealed until all the bands see the final video it’s going to be a tense few minutes.

Liz McClarnon from Atomic Kitten commented on the show and said: “When we started the talks for The Big Reunion this time last year, we couldn’t have imagine we’d end up recording a Text Santa Christmas single! It’s all for charity and we are so humbled to be part of it.”


While Richie from 5ive said: 

“To be given the chance to help raise money for the amazing charities that ITV’s Text Santa appeal help; to bring attention to their causes and the plight of the real people they help, aiding them to make lives better really is the icing on the cake for me after this Big Reunion year.”

“And to do it at Christmas time is even sweeter.  Do they know it’s Christmas? Hopefully they will with Text Santa!”

If you can’t wait then why not watch the official video for The Big Reunion’s cover of ‘I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everday’ below.