The Masked Dancer UK will be very different from The Masked Singer when it finally airs on ITV.
The spinoff show should help fill the void left in our hearts since the end of Season 2 of The Masked Singer.
Ahead of its debut, it was revealed that fans at home will be able to see the real celebrity voices of the show.
On The Masked Singer, viewers only hear real voices when the celebrity is singing. However, this time around, viewers will be able to hear their speaking voices.
However, there is a catch. The stars will always be able to try to fool fans with different accents.
“It’s hard not to hear their voices, but there is a stage in the series where we can hear a word from them,” teased Judge Jonathan Ross.
The Masked Dancer UK starts on Saturday (ITV)
What else do we know about The Masked Dancer UK so far?
An ITV representative said: “The new format will feature 12 celebrities entering the dance floor to face off against character alter egos as they trigger the fantastic light in an effort to impress the panel and confuse with it. their movements.
“Clue packs will accompany each masked dancer to help the panel and home detectives find out who the famous faces behind the masks are.
“From ballet to ballroom, the mystery line-up will be dancing on screens this spring. “
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There have been major format changes (Credit: ITV)
What time is The Masked Dancer UK?
The Masked Dancer will air this Saturday, May 29 at 7 p.m. on ITV.
In a big format change, the episodes will continue to air every night the following week, except Wednesday, June 2.
The show will be hosted by Joel Dommett of The Masked Singer, the composition of the judges remains essentially the same.
Davina McCall, Mo Gilligan and Jonathan Ross will all be seated in their usual places.
The characters participating in The Masked Dancer UK (Photo credit: ITV)
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However, Strictly Come Dancing champion Oti Mabuse replaced singer Rita Ora.
Teasing this year’s line-up, Oti said, “It’s a mix of madness but they’re also really good at it – they do chariot wheels and splits in the air.
“You’re sitting there, thinking I’m watching a beet splitting in the air.
“It could be anyone – anyone good!”
You can check out the full line of costumes here.
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