When does The Masked Singer UK 2023 start on ITV? | The Sun
THE Masked Singer is getting ready to make its triumphant return to ITV.
The fourth series will see 12 brand new mystery celebs sing their hearts out in a bid to be crowned the new champion.
When does The Masked Singer 2023 start?
Good news for fans of The Masked Singer, the show will will return to TV on New Year’s Day.
This means the fourth series will kick off at 6.30pm on January 1, 2023 on ITV.
The series is expected to run for eight weeks on Saturday nights.
All episodes will be available to watch on ITVX after they have aired.
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Who are the judges on The Masked Singer UK?
The usual line-up judges return for The Masked Singer 2023.
This means Jonathan Ross, Mo Gilligan, Rita Ora and Davina McCall are all back on the panel.
The show will also once again be hosted by Joel Dommett.
Who are the Masked Singer contestants?
Season 4 of The Masked Singer sees 12 brand new mystery celebs taking to the stage,.
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Although the official line-up has yet to be revealed, fans have already been treated to a sneak peek at just some of the costumes from the upcoming series.
The weird and wacky costumes include a ball of wall, a rhino, a jacket potato, a cake, and a phoenix.
The Sun previously told how the series will also feature its first ever duet.
Up to now, the Saturday night ratings-winner has only included solo artists but bosses wanted to shake things up.
It’s a shift that was seen in season 2 of The Masked Dancer, when David Seaman and wife Frankie Poultney took to the stage as Pillar and Post.
A TV insider told The sun: “Having duets on The Masked Singer is a big change which could open the door to having groups on the show.
“This is a pattern we’ve seen on the US version, where they have had duets appearing for some time.
“That has led to the creation of even crazier costumes, some featuring two singers inside one outfit.
“It has also seen groups included in the line-up, including MMMBop singers Hanson who last year appeared as Russian dolls.
“Producers on the UK show are keen to keep the format fresh now it has become an established part of the schedules and they see this as the perfect way.
“It will also make it harder for the judges to guess who the disguised stars are as they will have to distinguish between two voices.
“They will also have to work out what the link is between the two people, assuming there is one.”
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