New Masked Singer characters finally unveiled as ITV gears up for next series11/27/2020
A brand new series of The Masked Singer UK is broadcasting soon, and ITV has given fans a glimpse of two characters set to appear on the programme.
The show will see a new batch of famous faces put on their masks and sing their hearts out in a bid to win.
Fans of the show will know that the identities of the celebrities remains a secret until they're voted out of the competition. Once voted off, they take off the mask and reveal who they really are.
On Friday night, viewers will start to see the all-new cast of characters ready to pose the question and set the challenge of discovering: "Who's that behind the mask?"
ITV have revealed the full costumes of two characters of the 12 that will perform in the upcoming new season.
One of the characters appears to be a bag containing a sausage and chips, while the other appears to be an alien.
Fans will have to wait and see what the rest of the celebrities are dressing up as for the new season.
The 12 famous faces will compete across eight shows, singing and concealing their identities as they attempt to stump viewers and the panel alike on who they could possibly be.
The 2020 series also includes a brand-new panelist as BAFTA award-winning comedian Mo Gilligan will take up a chair alongside Davina McCall, Rita Ora and Jonathan Ross who all resume their judging roles.
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All character names are yet to be announced and the full line-up will be revealed soon.
Presenter Joel recently said the show is getting a "big step up" with the new judging panel.
Speaking about Mo on This Morning, Joel said: "It's such an amazing addition. It's going to be so good.
"I've known Mo for ages – very funny dude. I think he's going to be brilliant."
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