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Fox’s ‘Masked Singer’ bringing live tour to St. Petersburg

There will be celebrity guests, but we don’t know who just yet.
This image released by Fox shows host Nick Cannon, left, with Lil Wayne in the third season premiere of "The Masked Singer," which aired after the Super Bowl. The special edition of the show, with Lil' Wayne as the mystery guest, had its biggest audience ever Sunday when 23.7 million people watched it, the Nielsen company said. [AP]
This image released by Fox shows host Nick Cannon, left, with Lil Wayne in the third season premiere of "The Masked Singer," which aired after the Super Bowl. The special edition of the show, with Lil' Wayne as the mystery guest, had its biggest audience ever Sunday when 23.7 million people watched it, the Nielsen company said. [AP]
Published Feb. 13
Updated Feb. 13

Some celebrities are coming to St. Petersburg. We don’t know who just yet, though. That’s because they might just be in costume.

The Fox phenomenon The Masked Singer has announced plans for its first-ever live tour, and it includes a stop at the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg on June 28. Tickets are $24.75 and up. Click here for details.

While a press release about the show promises fans’ “favorite characters brought to life onstage,” that doesn’t mean we’ll see Lil Wayne as a robot or Wayne Brady as a fox up on stage. Nor will we necessarily see host Nick Cannon or judges like Ken Jeong or Jenny McCarthy.

What we’ll see, according to the release, are “two celebrity guest hosts, as well as one local celebrity who will be in a top-secret disguise.” Feel free to start guessing about those local celebrities. Here, we’ll get you started.

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For more on the national Masked Singer tour, click here.

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