Your Face or Mine? - Netflix
Relationships and egos are put to the test in this comedy gameshow that challenges contestants to predict how gorgeous - or gruesome - people really think they are.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
Your Face or Mine? - Your Face Sounds Familiar (Philippines season 1) - Netflix
The first season of Your Face Sounds Familiar was a singing and impersonation competition for celebrities and was based on the Spanish version of the same name. It aired on March 14, 2015 in ABS-CBN and ended on June 7, 2015. It was hosted by Billy Crawford; Jed Madela, Gary Valenciano, and Sharon Cuneta served as the show's judges. After 13 weeks, Melai Cantiveros emerged as the winner after garnering 51.93% of the public's votes.
Your Face or Mine? - Development - Netflix
The Philippine version was first announced by ABS-CBN in its trade show for advertisers in Rockwell Tent, Makati City. In this show, 8 celebrities will compete in a sing and dance number while impersonating iconic singers. Each week, the “Iconizer” (called the “Randomizer” in other franchises) will assign the artists of whom they will impersonate. The show replaced the time slot of the second season of The Voice of the Philippines which ended on March 1, 2015. On March 9, 2015, Sharon Cuneta made a comeback in ABS-CBN; one of her first projects would be to sit as a judge in the show with Madela and Valenciano. In earlier announcements, Toni Gonzaga was reported as one of the judges; however, she was replaced by Cuneta. Every week, the performers would be guided by Teacher Annie Quintos of The Company and Teacher Georcelle of the G-Force for vocals and choreography respectively. On April 5, 2015, due to Holy Week, the show only had duets, as Black Saturday pre-empts all non-cable shows. On April 18–19, 2015, Gary Valenciano temporarily left the show to fulfill his commitment of performing in a series of concerts in Papua New Guinea, Spain and Qatar. He was substituted by Boy Abunda. The same instance happened on May 16–17, 2015, and he was substituted by Vice Ganda.
Your Face or Mine? - References - Netflix