‘The Masked Singer’ Season 7 Premieres March 9 Ahead of ‘Domino Masters’
It’s official, The Masked Singer will return to FOX for a spring season on March 9. After talks of season seven filming in Los Angeles this week, the show has shared it will return sooner than expected. Season seven of The Masked Singer will premiere at its normal time on Wednesdays ahead of the new Fox competition show Domino Masters.
America’s favorite guessing game is returning to FOX this spring with more costumes, surprises, and celebrities. All of the original cast of the series is returning for their seventh season. Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger, Ken Jeong, and Robin Thicke will once again guess who the celebrities behind the mask are. Nick Cannon also returns as the host of this popular series.
Season seven of The Masked Singer began filming today in Los Angeles, California. Tickets are now available for any superfan. Filming for this series concludes on February 5. For this season, the series has chosen to not include a virtual audience, even though the pandemic is still ongoing.
With so much excitement, fans should expect to see 16 (or more) new celebrity singers. Each season of this series gets even bigger, so I can’t wait to see the new celebrities behind the mask.
Domino Masters Premieres After The Masked Singer
After The Masked Singer, FOX’s newest competition series, Domino Masters premieres. This series features teams of domino enthusiasts facing off in a domino toppling and chain reaction tournament. There will be sixteen teams competing against each other in domino building challenges. There’s a lot on the line in this competition. Teams are fighting to be crowned the country’s most talented domino topplers.
From the description of the series, it’s evident that formatting will almost mirror the beloved FOX series LEGO Masters. Within each episode of Domino Masters teams get a bold theme and custom elements to incorporate into their topples. Pressure is on each team because one wrong move could set off their reaction prematurely. If their reaction sets off early they are up for elimination. Top teams will face off for a cash prize, the ultimate trophy and the grand title of Domino Masters.
Sitting at the judging table for this series is New York Times best-selling math book author Danica McKellar; NFL Pro-Bowler and Super Bowl Champion Vernon Davis; and professional chain reaction domino artist Steve Price. Eric Stonestreet from Modern Family will be the host for this exciting new series.