Masked Singer tour arrives in NJ


If you are a fan of “The Masked Singer” Fox Singing Contest, you might be happy to know that The Masked Singer Tour is come to New Jersey.

The concept of the TV show is that of a famous singer as his identity is completely hidden inside an outrageous costume, including a big mascot head.

I guess we can imagine there’s a deeper moral here about not judging people by how they look and questioning your conventions about what you think is talent and why. But I don’t buy it. It’s just a tasteless spectacle to kill time guessing who someone is.

It is hosted by Nick Cannon and the judges include Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg and Robin Thicke. But what will a live tour do for you? Here is how it is described on their website.

“Audiences can expect to see their favorite characters from the hit TV series come to life on stage!” There will be two famous hosts on tour, as well as a surprise local celebrity in each town. Celebrity hosts will be announced at a later date. The cast is subject to change.

So let’s get it straight. They want me to pay a minimum of $ 91 for a show where I don’t even know who I’m going to see? I’m buying tickets now and “Celebrity Hosts will be announced at a later date?” “

I also won’t know in advance who the local celebrity is? What if I don’t like any of these people?

As John Oliver might say… “Cool”.

Look, it could be a blast. Don’t trust me; I hate surprises. I never want to live to see a surprise party thrown for me and I fear the day someone forces the waiters at Applebee to sing Happy Birthday to me. No thanks.

But if it sounds worthy of the name, the tour will arrive in New Jersey on June 17 at the Tropicana Showroom in Atlantic City, and then on June 18 at the Prudential Hall at NJPAC. Tickets are on sale now here.

The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Jeff Deminski. All opinions expressed are those of Jeff Deminski.

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