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[02/13/15 - 09:43 AM]
ABC Announces First Group of Celebrity Participants on New Show "Repeat After Me"
The first group of celebrity participants is Kristen Bell, Justin Bieber, Michael Bolton, Jeff Garlin, Lauren Graham, Chris Harrison, Jimmie Johnson, Olivia Munn and Bellamy Young.

[via press release from ABC]

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ABC ANNOUNCES FIRST GROUP OF CELEBRITY PARTICIPANTS ON NEW SHOW "REPEAT AFTER ME"

ABC's new show "Repeat After Me" has enlisted a wide variety of stars from music, film, sports and television to follow Wendi McLendon-Covey's ("The Goldberg") instructions as she asks them to "repeat after me." The first group of celebrity participants is Kristen Bell ("Frozen"), Justin Bieber, Michael Bolton, Jeff Garlin ("The Goldbergs"), Lauren Graham ("Parenthood"), Chris Harrison ("The Bachelor" franchise), Jimmie Johnson (NASCAR), Olivia Munn ("The Newsroom"), and Bellamy Young ("Scandal"). These celebrities join the previously announced group that includes Harry Connick Jr. ("American Idol"), Taye Diggs ("Private Practice"), Scott Foley ("Scandal"), Sarah Hyland ("Modern Family"), Randy Jackson ("American Idol"), and Ellen Pompeo ("Grey's Anatomy").

The celebrities will be given instructions by McLendon-Covey via a remote ear piece, to interact with everyday people in high-energy, comedic hidden-camera situations. "Repeat After Me" airs TUESDAYS at 8:30 p.m., EST/PST on the ABC Television Network.

"Repeat After Me" is from A Very Good Production in association with Warner Horizon Television. The executive producers of "Repeat After Me" are Ellen DeGeneres, Mary Connelly, Ed Glavin, Andy Lassner, Kevin A. Leman II, Jeff Kleeman, James Breen and Jason Goldberg. (DeGeneres, Connelly, Glavin and Lassner are executive producers of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," and Leman is co-executive producer.)

For more information on "Repeat After Me" please visit ABC.com.





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