‘The Masked Singer’ Is Coming To Texas, Sort Of
The biggest television show is coming to the Lone Star State.
Fox's 'The Masked Singer' is on a National Tour and has a stop in Sugar Land according to Chron.
Now don't get too excited, the entire cast and crew on not hitting the road. There will two celebrity guest hosts who appeared as Masked Singers on the show with one local celebrity to perform in disguise and keep the audience guessing until they are unmasked at the end of the night.
I've seen two half episodes, I mean it seemed okay. Ken Jeong was funny that's about it.
But that doesn't mean a whole lot, the show is huge. The 27 million viewers it got after the Super Bowl are the highest of any reality show in eight years.
"The Masked Singer" National Tour includes a July 2 date at Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land. Tickets are $49.50-$89.50 and on sale now. VIP packages include a meet and greet with the tour's special guests.