The third season of Fox’s mega-hit The Masked Singer, in which celebrities disguise themselves as bizarre creatures in order to compete in an anonymous singing competition, premieres Sunday in what is often referred to as the best time period in all of television – the hour after the Super Bowl. Host Nick Cannon and returning panelists (pictured below, left to right) Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong and (far right) Nicole Scherzinger will be joined on this special occasion by Jamie Foxx (second from right). In keeping with the series growing popularity, eighteen disguised celebrities will kick-off the competition. According to Fox, together they have amassed 69 Grammy nominations, 88 gold records, 11 Super Bowl appearances, three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, more than 160 tattoos and one title in the Guinness Book of World Records. “I think the unveiling after the Super Bowl is the biggest one yet,” Thicke shared when MediaVillage recently spoke with him. “None of us got it right and we were amazed. I was personally enthralled because I’m a big fan of this celebrity, and none of us were even close to guessing the first person eliminated. When people see who it is, they will be blown away.
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