SOMERSET resident, TV presenter, podcast host and social music influencer, Matt Spracklen, is appearing as a judge in the second series of BBC One’s All Together Now.

He will be on the judging panel alongside head judge, Geri Horner and host Rob Beckett.

Matt lives in Somerset and the county has inspired him to create the Love For Somerset Instagram page which shares posts of local beauty spots with its ten thousand followers.

All Together Now features a range of singers that will take to the stage in front of TV’s biggest judging panel – The 100. The unique panel is made up of artists and industry experts.

If any of them like what they hear, they can press their buzzer, stand up and join in with the performance. The aim is to get the whole hundred up on their feet.

Matt featured on the Celebrity Special on Christmas Eve, which saw Gemma Collins, Chris Kamara, Sara Pascoe and Alison Hammond battle it out for the 100’s votes.

Series Two returns tomorrow, March 2 on BBC One at 7:30pm.

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Matt works across the music scene, whether he’s photographing Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart, travelling with Jacoby Shaddix, Nikki Sixx from Mötley Crüe or hanging out with best pal Alan Fletcher (aka Dr Karl Kennedy from Neighbours).

He played on stage with Green Day and spent time in Nashville with Joanne Cash (Johnny's sister). However, this is a first for Matt as he is asked to judge the contestants on their singing ability.

Matt also has a passion for country music and has studied in the home of country music, Nashville. He has presented his own show on Keep It Country TV and hosts the podcast, Mainly Music.