“The Masked Singer” is preparing for its victorious return.
The famous singing competition show’s 6th season is set to debut on FOX on Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. Eastern.
In an behind-the-scenes featuring panelist Robin Thicke acquired by Fox 5 New York, fans got a brief look at all of the activity that isn’t seen when the camera rolls for showtime.
The video starts with Thicke, 44, burying a fastener loaded with “confidential information” that viewers are not “privy to just yet” prior to starting off a visit through the set. The “Blurred Lines” singer is briefly joined by fellow panelist Ken Jeong.
“Everything’s bigger this season,” Thicke said. “Except Ken.”
“Yes, exactly,” the comedian agrees.
Then, watchers are taken through “the mysterious mouth of ‘The Masked Singer,'” as Thicke puts it, to a little gallery backstage featuring costumes of past victors, including Wayne Brady’s fox, Kandi Burruss’ night angel and T-Pain’s monster.
The singer then, at that point gave a bother around one of the current year’s performers.
“This year, we have some incredible costumes. One is the banana split,” Thicke reveals. “The caterpillar – which is one of the favorite costumes – and then we have a mallard who’s got a twang and sings a mean country song.”
Fans then, at that point get a brief look at the rear of the LED lights that enlighten the stage, which Thicke says “costs more than my life.”
“This season, I’m supposed to do a duet with somebody, so don’t miss that,” he teases.
Likewise delivered were a huge number of pictures of a portion of the impending hopefuls.
As indicated by Thicke, the lineup contains a dapper duck and a banana split – a pair with one part dressed as a banana and the other as frozen yogurt. Different competitors this season include a bull, a dalmatian, a cupcake, a hamster and the queen of hearts.
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