The Masked Singer Season 6 Episode 3 Release Date and Watch Online

The Masked Singer Season 6 Episode 3 is expected to release on 29th September 2021. Fans are excited about the upcoming episode.

The Masked Singer is an American reality singing competition television series that premiered on Fox. It is a part of the Masked Singer franchise which began in South Korea and features celebrities singing songs wearing head-to-toe costumes and face masks concealing their identities.

It is hosted by Nick Cannon, the program employs panelists who guess the celebrity’s identities by interpreting clues provided to them throughout each season and when least popular is eliminated, taking off their mask to reveal their identity.

More About The Masked Singer 

The Masked Singer or TMS, is a blockbuster American reality show focused on singing. In each episode, some hints are given to judges and audiences before a stage performance, as it makes it easier to identify the person behind the costume. It is called the “Clue Package”. In every episode, four to six participants perform on stage with a 90-sec long song with their masks and costumes, so that they cannot be identified by judges.

The Masked Singer Season 6 Episode 3

In Season 6 Episode 3 we are going to see a little bit of change i.e; the celebrity contestants will be divided into two groups: A and B. The season also consists of the battle of the Golden Mask Trophy among the surviving singers from both groups.

The Masked Singer Season 6 Episode 3 Release Date 

This American singing reality show is getting so much popular and positive response from the audience. As in this, the contestants hide in masks and different costumes which makes it more interesting and now fans are amazed by new episodes. So The Masked Singer Season 6 Episode 3 is going to air on 29th September 2021.

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The Masked Singer Season 6 Episode 3

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Viewers can watch this show on Fox. You can also stream it online on FuboTV, Hulu, and Sling TV.

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