If you consider yourself one of those people who always sings in the shower, or when you're bopping away by yourself in the car, but would never willingly subject people to your natural singing voice, then here's a show for you.

'Anyone Can Sing' is the latest reality show from Sky which will bring a group of people together, all with one aim in mind - to turn themselves into singers.

The concept goes that six participants, who have never considered themselves to be able to hold a tune, are put through their paces in the hopes that they'll be transformed into singing superstars. Over the course of three months, world-class vocal coaches Nicky Spence, Sarah Pring and Michael Harper will mentor these singing hopefuls, all three of whom are part of the English National Opera.

These coaches will be giving masterclasses on everything from vocal technique to stage presence, as well as setting them a series of musical challenges. Operatic superstar Katherine Jenkins and other famous faces will join in on helping these six screechers turn themselves into sopranos.

The grand final of 'Anyone Can Sing' will see the participants perform in front of a 2,500-strong crowd at London's Coliseum, which is the largest theatre in the West End. No pressure then...!

Here's a first look at the feel-good series.

The reality series is just one of five new Sky Original productions hitting TV screens this year. Sky Studios also unveiled trailers for 'The Midwich Cuckoos', a reimagining of the sci-fi classic; crime-thriller 'The Rising', based on a Belgian series 'Hotel Beau Séjour'; documentary series 'Mother Teresa: For The Love of God?'; and a new Sky Nature series 'Predators'.

'Anyone Can Sing; begins on Sky Arts and NOW this March.