The Sundaes are in the final of 'all together now' / by Matt Rigby

We at McKenzie Associates are thrilled with the success of The Sundaes on BBC One’s new talent show ‘All Together Now’. They were unfortunate to be knocked off the top spot by the last contastant, but still made it through to the final in 5 weeks’ time via the sing-off. The Sundaes are exclusively represented by McKenzie Associates, and we love seeing our managed acts do well.

Their first performance of ‘No More Tears (Enough is Enough) by Donna Summer saw 88 of The 100 stand up and sing along with them, easily enough to put them in first place. This was then bested by the very last act, Michael Rice, whose performance of ‘Proud Mary’ got all 100 of the judges singing along.

With The Sundaes in second place, the sing-off beaconed. Keris Lea (A.K.A. Chocolate Sundae) has since told us that she was nervous to sing again, but they blew the competition away with their rendition of ‘Shout’ by Lulu. They even beat their score from the first round by getting an incredible 92 of The 100 up and singing. The Telegraph has since described them as ‘infectiously entertaining’, and we couldn’t agree more. If you wish to watch them perform, please see the videos above.

The Sundaes successfully joined Michael Rice in the final, and will be singing again on the 3rd of March. Please make sure to tune in and support them in the final, as we know everyone at McKenzie Associates will be doing the same!