- Season six of “The Masked Singer” premieres on Fox on September 22 and 23, 2021.
- This season will have some changes in format to spice it up a little.
- A new feature called the “Take It Off Buzzer” will be introduced.
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“It changes the dynamics in the studio,” showrunner James Breen told Entertainment Weekly. “I think it’s just been really fun to get fans back into the room and have them experience it with us.”
This year, along with wildcards, Group A and Group B will each declare a winner. Then those two will face off for the first time at the finale before an ultimate winner is chosen.
“It’s almost like we have three finales in our show. We have a winner from Group A and Group B, and they’ll then be going head-to-head almost like a prizefight to see who is the Masked Singer [in the finale],” Plestis told Entertainment Weekly.
Will he be back? Or will there be a new Cluedle-Doo to unmasked? We’ll have to wait and see.
If the panelist is wrong, however, they lose two points.
The buzzer can only be used once in Group A and once in Group B, meaning that not every panelist will be able to use it.