Here's a Sneak Peek into 'The Masked Singer's' New Season
Fans of “The Masked Singer” will be jumping up with joy when they hear that the show will be premiering next month! The singing competition announced its comeback with a promo video that gives a sneak peek into the upcoming season.
“The Masked Singer” will be coming back with a brand new season next month. This week, the show released a promotional video teasing fans with what they can expect to see.
The post was captioned with this question: “Which stars are behind the new masks?” The show also encouraged fans to start guessing because it would be premiering on September 23, 2020, at 8/7c.
Ken Jeong, Nicole Scherzinger, Nick Cannon, Jenny McCarthy, and Robin Thicke on season 1 of "The Masked Singer" on June 13, 2018 | Photo: FOX Image Collection/Getty Images
In the promo video, new costumes and characters were announced. The post revealed that fans can look forward to seeing the Gremlin, Crocodile, Snow Owl, Broccoli, Giraffe, Sea Horse, and Popcorn.
Also featuring this time around will be the Whatchamacalit, Jellyfish, Squiggly Monster, Mushroom, Dragon, Sun, and Baby Alien. Hints of what the costumes would look like also flashed across the screen.
ONE NEW CHARACTER
It appears the Giraffe was one of the costumes advertised. Fans will probably get a better glimpse of the new looks during “The Masked Singer’s” pre-season special.
The sneak peek episode is set to air on September 13, 2020, at 8 pm. The show is executive-produced and judged by Ken Jeong.
Jeong is assisted by Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg, Robin Thicke, and Nicole Scherzinger to judge the singing contestants. The panel also gets help, with unmasking the musician, from various celebrities and Nick Cannon serves as the host.
Last Thursday, the show resumed production at Red Studios in Hollywood for its 4th season. The series is keeping in line with the safety guidelines that are in place to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus disease.
The set is making sure to adhere to strict health and safety protocols. Participants have regular temperature checks, social distancing is the rule of thumb and PPE equipment.
SOUTH KOREAN CONCEPT
The show is actually not all-American as it’s based on a South Korean format. Celebrities get to cover well-known songs while covered in appearing different costumes that cover them from head to toe.