Currently I head up the Allie Lauren
project it’s kind of just like an eclectic alternative project in terms of
the Oklahoma film and music scene there’s not a lot of places that I feel
like I’d go where I just immediately feel like home and of course this is
home I was just reading an article the other day where they were talking about
how a lot of times you know artists in their own home don’t necessarily feel
welcome and they’re often times welcomed with other places before they’re welcomed at home I don’t feel that way at all about Oklahoma, like every time I am
doing anything here I feel 100% able to just be myself and that to me is the
most special thing about this scene is that somebody as sort of oddball as
myself can feel welcome and feel at home and feel like there’s a space
Chhod diya Wo Rasta, Jis Raste The Tum The Guzre. Tod Diya Wo Aaina, Jis Aaine Me Tera Aksh Dikhe. Me Sehar Me Tere Tha Gairo Sa Mujhe Apna Koi Na Mila. Tere Lamho Se Mere Jhakmo Se Ab To Me Door Chala. Rukh Na Kiya In Galiyon Ka, Jin Galiyon Me Teri Baatien Ho. Tod Diya Wo Dil Bhi Mera, Jis Dil Ne Kabhi Tujhe Pyaar Kiya. Music Me Tha Musafir Raah Ka Teri, Tujh Tak Mera Tha Dayra. Me Bhi Kabhi Tha Rehbar Tera,
KhanaBadosh Me Ab Thehraaa KhanaBadosh Me Ab Thehraaa Chhoota Nhi Un Phoolon Ko,
Jin Phoolon Me Teri Khusboo Ho. Door Hu Me Un Hawaaoo Se,
Ye Hawa Tujhe Chhuke Bhi Aayi Na Ho. Music Kuch Bhi Na Paaya Mene Safar Me, Hoke Safar Ka Me Rah Gaya. Kagaj Ka Wo Seedha Ghar Tha, Bheegte Barish Me Beh Gaya. Bheegte Barish Me Beh Gaya. Dekhoon Nahi Us Chandni Ko,
Jisme Ke Teri Parchhayi Ho. Rooth Gaya Un Khwaabonn Se,
Jin Khwabon Me Tera Khwab Bhi Ho.
TELL HER WHEN IT RAINS I DON’T FEEL IT TELL HER I’M TO BLAME DIDN’T SEE IT WINTER’S SNOWS DON’T HIDE MY WOES
I CAN’T LIE TO YOU I TRIED TO WARN HER
THAT SOMETIMES WE FALL IN THE DARK IT’S SUMMERTIME SINGING AL GREEN IN YOUR CAR HEADING TO A PARTY & THE NIGHT AIR FEELS ALIVE JUST SITTING HERE I’M WAITING, OH YEAH AND HE’S NOT BY MY SIDE, FEELING DAZED AND I CAN’T GET HIM OUT STUCK IN YESTERDAY HE DON’T KNOW IT, I RARELY SHOWED IT
I CAN’T LIE TO YOU I TRIED TO WARN HIM
THAT SOMETIMES WE FALL IN THE DARK IT’S SUMMERTIME SINGING AL GREEN IN YOUR CAR HEADING TO A PARTY & THE NIGHT AIR FEELS ALIVE BUT IN MY LIFE I NEVER MEANT TO CAUSE NO HARM NEVER HURT NOBODY JUST WANNA TAKE THIS CHANCE TO FLY ON THIS SUMMER NIGHT BUT IN MY LIFE I NEVER MEANT TO CAUSE NO HARM NEVER HURT NOBODY JUST WANNA TAKE THIS CHANCE TO FLY…
Guards of the border Lions of courage The humble deem martyrdom suitable (for themselves) With their lives on the line, they do announce Pakistan first This is our Slogan, This is our identity Pakistan first Press the red subscribe button Press the bell icon
-I wanted to challenge you maybe
to a game. -Sure.
-If you don’t mind, to kind of put your music knowledge
to the test. You up for this?
-Yeah. -It is time for One Second
Songs, Songs, Songs. [ Cheers and applause ] Alright. Here’s how this works. -That was the fastest
The Roots intro I’ve heard in my entire life.
-♪ One Second Songs ♪ -Give me another one.
-♪ One Second Songs ♪ -We’re going to hear one second
of a random song. And the first person to grab
this mic and identify the song wins that round. And you have to
start each round with your hands
behind your back. -Alright.
-Let’s get into position. Alright, here we go.
-What if I just, like, glued your hands together —
handcuffed you kind of to the chair. -I’d believe that
the movie is real. -Right, exactly, yeah.
-Alright, here we go. Let’s hear the first song.
-Oh. -“Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen. [ Cheers and applause ]
[ Ding ] -This is not — you have
a way better angle at this. -Yeah, that’s true, yeah.
-Hold on. -Well, it’s not like your
grabbing from — -Yeah, but you’re at level.
And I have to kind of go up. -Oh, interesting, yeah. Do you want to put it
on the ground? [ Laughter ]
-I’m sorry. Yeah. -Let’s hear the next song.
-“Don’t You Forget About Me.” -Yeah, very good.
[ Ding ] I might get shut out.
-No, wait, really? -If I stand up this will be
easier. -Yeah, yeah. let’s stand up.
-Okay. Alright. I’ll give you an advantage.
I’ll stand over here. -That’s — I’ll take it.
-Let’s hear the next song. -♪ Work sucks ♪ -Blink-182.
“All the Small Things.” -Yes.
[ Ding ] -Why did I talk into it.
-I don’t know why we talk into it.
-There was no reason. It’s just off.
-It doesn’t even work. There’s no batteries in there.
-There’s no batteries. -Sorry, it’s not even
a real microphone. It’s made out of chocolate
we got down at the candy shop downstairs.
-Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. -Alright, here we go. Now, I’m
closer because I’m nervous. Let’s hear the next song. -Did I fake you out?
-No. But now you have — -“Never Ending Story.” -Yeah, but that
gave you time to think. [ Ding ]
[ Cheers and applause ] But that was in your last
season. Alright. -It gave me time to Google it.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ]
Mentally googled it. -I have Shazam open in my phone. -For this final round lets up
the stakes a bit. We’re only going to play a
quarter of a second of the song. -There’s no — alright,
whatever. It’s fine. -Whoever wins this is the super,
uber champion. Ready? [ Cheers and applause ] -I’ve heard this song too many
times. It’s Smash Mouth. -Yes.
[ Ding ] Finn Wolfhard, everybody.
[ Cheers and applause ]
Right, let’s bring out
our first acts. Oh, my God, who is the first act?
Who is it? Don’t put me first. I am from the Netherlands and I
came to London about two years ago. How are you feeling?
Are you excited to be first? I’m going to go with it,
you know what I mean? Yes, let’s get the party started.
I know, hey-ho. Right, it’s our first act of the
night, what are you looking for? You know, I want somebody who
is going to make me fall in love. Aw. There’s a lot of love
in the room today, isn’t there? There is, Milad. No? Yeah! It’s very exciting to
be on All Together Now. I’m wearing the sparkly dress,
having the fabulous hair. I don’t know, I mean, like, yeah,
it’s happening. Pinch me. Ooh. Here comes the first act
of the night. Whatever they score
is the score to beat. Jessica Rabbit, baby,
you have arrived. Come on, sequins. She’s torn the front of that. Hi, my name is Britt and I’m super
excited to sing for you today and I hope you’ll enjoy it. Come on, treacle. You can do it. Let’s do it. PIANO INTRO # Hoo, ooh, ooh # Ooh, hoo, ooh… # Ooh, lovely. # Hey, hey-ey hey # Hey # Hoo, ooh… #
Keep it like this, please. # Oh, oh, oh-oh # Don’t leave me this way # I can’t survive # I can’t stay alive # Without your love # Ooh, baby # Don’t leave me this way… # The lights have changed
and The 100 can join in now. # I can’t exist # I would surely miss # Your tender kiss # Don’t leave me this way # Ahhhhhhh # Baby # My heart is full of love # And desire for you # So come on down
and do what you’ve got to do # You started this fire
down in my soul # Now can’t you see
it’s burning # Out of control # So come on down
and satisfy the need in me # Cos only your good loving # Can set me free, oh… # Oh! Go on, Britt! # Baby, come satisfy
the need in me # Oh, baby… # Ten seconds to go. # Oh, baby,
come on, satisfy me # Oh, baby # Hey, yeah-ah. # CHEERING Oh, booka! Whoa! Mic drop. I didn’t want to break it. I liked it! Good start. Good start. It’s a good start. Congratulations, Britt,
you scored 67. Well done. Thank you. It’s a great first score.
Did you enjoy yourself? Yeah, I mean, there’s a long way
to go but, you know, 67 is great, thank you so much. Well done, that was excellent. Jordan. You were up
and bopping along to that. Of course. I really liked
your musicality, by which I mean, it’s kind of
showing the music in your body, so if you’re doing a really upbeat
song and you’re dancing, that might be hitting
some of the beats with your body. A little bit of a shoulder pop.
That was a little bit lively. Have you got a licence for that?
Yeah, so I loved it, well done. Brilliant, thank you very much,
Jordan. I’m here with Lili.
Did you enjoy Britt’s… I’ll tell you something, Britt’s
voice is beautiful, you are a diva. Thank you. Talking about divas, would you class
yourself as a bit of a diva, Lili? Oh, a little bit more of a diva.
Are you? Really? Do you have any demands?
Oh, no, no, not in that way. No. In the way that a diva is
always like that. With the warmth. No, not like I’m going to
bitch about anything. OK, sorry. You’re turning into a little bit
of a diva at the moment, I think. No, no… Yeah, you are shouting
at me now, Lili. Not everyone loved it though, Geri. Britt, it took a long time
to get cooking, I thought, and I found it a little bit cheesy. There is nothing wrong with cheese but it’s got to be full-on cheese
and I thought it wasn’t quite there. OK. But you’ve got a great score,
67, so well done. Thank you so much. Well, up next with a score of 18
to beat, please welcome back Britt. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Come on, Britt. Come on, let’s see
something different. Very composed. # I’m trying to hold my breath # Let it stay this way # Can’t let this moment end # Take my hand… # That’s her already. # Will you share this with me… # Look how confident she is. # Cos darling without you # All the shine of a thousand
spotlights… # Straight up. # All the stars
we steal from the night sky # Will never be enough # Never be enough # Towers of gold are
still too little # These hands could hold the world
but it’ll # Never be enough # Never be enough # For me # Never, never # Never, never # Never for me # For me # For me # For me. # Absolutely smashed it. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Wow! Yes, baby! Britt, that was incredible.
Congratulations. With a score of 93 you are through to the final.