Noel Edmonds features on new 'Deal Or No Deal' inspired dance track – listen

Another crime against music from the man behind 'Mr Blobby'

Noel Edmonds features on new 'Deal Or No Deal' inspired dance track – listen

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Noel Edmonds has made his musical comeback on a new dance track – listen to it below.

The song is mixed by DJ Mark Loverush and released under the name Candice Cannes, which is reportedly the name of a mannequin the DJ installs in the back of his private cab when driving it around to stop people flagging it down.

The track, titled 'Are You Ready' features the Deal Or No Deal host quoting lines from the gameshow. The presenter last made it into the charts 20 years ago with his Number One hit 'Mr Blobby'.

Edmonds said his wife was the inspiration behind the track, which features a female voice saying "It's quite a big box" and "I hope it's a big one", before Edmonds then croons "What's in your box?"

"I recorded a few lines but Liz is the brains behind it," he told The Sun On Sunday. "I decided to bounce it off a few experts to see what the reaction was. That’s how it started…Liz was adamant it wasn’t under her name as she didn’t want to be seen as hanging off my coat-tails."

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