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Great Pretenders
GenreGame show
Written byShuki Levy
Kussa Mahchi
Directed byBarry Glazer
Presented byStacy Ferguson (1-3)
Stefanie Ridel
Renee Sands
Theme music composerThe Platters
Opening themeWe’re the Great Pretenders
Ending themeWe’re Still the Great Pretenders
ComposerWild Orchid
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons4
Production
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkFox Family
Original release1999 (1999) –
2002 (2002)

Great Pretenders is an American half-hour television music game show that originally aired on Fox Family and ran for about four seasons from 1999 to 2002. It was hosted by former pop trio Wild Orchid. On the show, teenagers lip synced and danced to their favorite songs for the chance to win prizes. Their performances were subsequently judged by a live studio audience.

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