Must Be The Music heads to Wembley
Must Be The Music's final five edge closer to a massive £100,000 cash prize having already made their mark on the Big Top 40.
Must Be The Music started last month on Sky1 HD with the aim of finding real musical talent and judging by the impact the show's had on our chart already, it looks like at Sunday's grand final they will find the next big name in music.
Even though a winning act has not yet been crowned, the finalist are already making dents in the Big Top 40 with every song performed on the show being made available to download from iTunes straight after.
Finalists, Pepper & Piano are currently spending their second week in our chat with their song 'You Took My Heart', which peaked at No. 5 in the iTunes download chart.
The five musicians who wrote their own songs for the competition, will perform for judges Dizzee Rascal, Sharleen Spiteri and Jamie Cullum as part of a huge final at Wembley Arena this Sunday.
Viewers will vote for their favourite act who will win a £100,000 cash prize to help them further their career, as well as getting all the profit from the sales of their songs.
Five-piece, Essex band Missing Andy are the lastest band to go through to the final, where they will join Daithi, The Pictures, Missing Andy, Hero and Pepper & Piano.
Four of the finalists are all currently in the iTunes top 100 downloads list, but by Sunday could we see our top 10 flooded by songs from the show?