‘Name That Tune’: Who is Charity? Martial arts fanatic pips opponent Lee to win $100,000 after a slow start
Charity is also trained in martial arts and didn’t shy away from showing host Jane some high kick moves
The vintage musical game show, 'Name That Tune', first premiered on NBC Radio in 1952. Originally created and produced by orchestra conductor Harry Salter and his wife Roberta Semple Salter, the series featured contestants competing to correctly identify songs being played by an on-stage orchestra or band.
The 2021 version of ‘Name That Tune’ on FOX will test contestants’ music knowledge as they battle it out in an assortment of challenging musical games for cash and prizes. Each episode will consist of two stand-alone half-hour contests, each pitting two players against each other as they race against the clock to test their knowledge of songs, performed by the live band.
The first two rounds in the game is a guessing round and a bidding round. The contestant that makes the most money in the first two rounds goes on to play the Golden Buzzer round and wins prize money of $100,000. Episode three of the musical game show saw legendary tunes being played by bandleader Randy Jackson while the host Jane Krakowski kept the contestants Charity and Lee on their toes.
Who is Charity?
Charity works as a travel guide and she met her fiance through work — he was her passenger. It was love at first sight. Her fiance was there to support her in the game. Lee, who was doing very well from the beginning of the game, had her husband and kids in the audience supporting her too.
Charity is also trained in martial arts and didn’t shy away from showing host Jane some high kick moves. Lee, who was relatively ahead of Charity in the game, started off the ‘bid a note’ round of the game with a bang and guessed the first and second note correctly. While Lee had gathered $25,000, Charity was still at $1,000.
But in the third bid, Charity guessed the tune with two notes and the next one with the help of one note, bringing up her total to $46,000. She moved on to the final round. For the golden buzzer round, Charity guessed five out of the seven songs right and won $96,000. She can now have the wedding of her dreams.
Catch the one-hour series on FOX every Wednesday at 9 pm ET.