Masked singers draw TV viewers : The performers feel free to try different styles, while audiences are addicted to the mystery of guessing their identities
Watching celebrities sing and sashay on stage in wacky head-to-toe costumes, with only their voices and a few clues hinting at their identities, is clearly among the crazier reality TV concepts out there.
The format, which originated in South Korea, has taken off in several countries. The first season of the American version, titled The Masked Singer, ended last Thursday (Singapore time).
During the finale, legendary singer Gladys Knight was unveiled as the singer in the Bee costum...