Lindsay Lohan Is Heading Down Under To Join 'The Masked Singer Australia' Panel
Lindsay Lohan joins the superstar lineup of Dannii Minogue, Jackie O and Dave Hughes.
It's official: Lindsay Lohan, Danni Minogue, Jackie O and Dave Hughes will all be taking their seats on the guessing panel to answer the question the whole country will be asking: who are under the masks!
If you've never heard of 'The Masked Singer' before, it's the new singing competition taking the world by storm. Hosted by Osher Günsberg, 12 celebrities will be decked out in the most outrageous costumes, completely obscuring who they are. Judged entirely on their vocal abilities -- each episode one celeb will be unmasked.
"The show has already been a huge success and I can only imagine it will get bigger," Lohan said.
"Each week will be so exciting to watch who performs and try to guess who's behind the masks. I feel honoured to sit on the panel and be part of such an amazing show."
Lohan also added that she can't wait to explore as much of Australia as she can during her downtime from guessing.
"It really is an incredible country," she said, "The beaches are insanely beautiful... who knows I may even look at opening a Beach Club there."
Lohan will be joined by pop royalty Dannii Minogue who called 'The Masked Singer' "pure fun and entertainment".
"It is sparkly, sassy, cheeky and emotional all at the same time," Minogue continued.
"It is the first singing show that is voted on performance alone, till the very end. There is so much secrecy about the performers that I think this show will be a hot ticket -- my friends are already trying to get an audience seat," she added.
Meanwhile, someone else who has been in the Australian media circuit for years, Jackie O is the perfect addition to the crew.
"My detective skills are through the roof," she said, "anyone who knows me knows how obsessive I get when trying to solve any sort of mystery. My nickname around the office is Nancy Drew."
The final panellist, Dave Hughes, isn't known for his singing voice, but he's not going to let that stop him from passing some pretty strong judgements.
"That I, who have had my own singing and dancing attempts criticised so brutally by all and sundry, get to sit in judgement of others... this will be fun," he said.
"Never has the phrase 'thorn between the roses' been more apt," he joked, "I will attempt to give the common man's view while sitting amongst these goddesses."