Fancy Being A Part Of LEGO MASTERS?

If you’re missing LEGO MASTERS then you’ll be pleased to know that the production company behind the show are looking for participates to take part in a possible for a second series in 2018. Tuesday’s Child are looking for more budding builders and you can express your interest in taking part in a possible second season of the show by sending them an email. The format has proven a real winner for Channel 4, with the show gaining more love on social media than the channel’s big money purchase, Great British Bake-off. It’s also expected that the format may be taken to other countries. So stayed tuned for further details of a possible next series of LEGO MASTERS. Please note a second series of LEGO MASTERS has not be officially confirmed, but you can still express your interest in being part of the show should it return next year. You can catch-up on the LEGO Masters on All 4 now.

Author: Adam White

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  1. My 11 year old son Chester would love the chance to be part of lego masters, he is a total fan with a keen talent for the brick magic

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