The Masked Singer US season 6 receives a two-part premiere date

The Masked Singer US season 6 has affirmed its premiere date, with the show returning for a two-part event.

US telecaster Fox has uncovered its fall line-up, with the hit reality series starting on Wednesday, September 22, preceding proceeding with the next night for its second half, both at 8pm.

Moreover, 9-1-1 is set to return for its fifth season on Monday, September 20 at 8pm, while different features incorporate The Simpsons’ season 33 premiere on Sunday, September 26 at 8pm, and Family Guy’s season 19 premiere that same night at 9.30pm.

The Masked Singer US wrapped up its last season in May, with 98 Degrees singer and Newlyweds reality star Nick Lachey uncovered as the champ subsequent to being veiled as Piglet.

In the mean time, on the UK side of things, have Joel Dommett has uncovered there have been a few contestants on the show that he hasn’t perceived, even after the mask was taken off.

One was a-ha singer Morten Harket, the comedian admitting to The Mirror: “The problem is that I don’t know everyone in the world when they are revealed. You can guarantee the less I know them, the more energy I put into the reveal. I was like, ‘Oh my god, it’s Morten Harket!'”

Yielding that he had “no idea” who Harket was, the star added: “If you go back and watch it, it is very clear I have no idea who it is.”

Another was previous Home Secretary Alan Johnson, Dommett reviewing: “I don’t know politics. I was like, in my head, ‘Who the f**k is Alan Johnson?’ Apparently, he was nearly Prime Minister.”

The Masked Singer US airs on Fox, while its UK comparable airs on ITV.

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