10 confirms that The Bachelor joining Masked Singer next week

The Bachelor

• Network 10 has released a first look at the new season of The Masked Singer.

Network 10 has confirmed it will be launching a second major franchise next week. As Bachelor in Paradise winds up, replacing it in the schedule next week is the 2020 season of The Bachelor Australia. The series will join The Masked Singer in 10’s schedule next week.

It’s full steam ahead as bachelor Locky embarks on a wild ride to romance charged with emotions. That is, until the outside world brings everything to a halt, forcing The Bachelor Australia to adjust to a new reality. Love in the time of COVID was never going to be easy, but when restrictions ease up, Locky takes love to a new level before an ending viewers may not believe!

Will he get down on one knee at the end? Only time will tell, but in the meantime, take a sneak peek at what to expect as Locky launches head first into finding The One.

 

Meanwhile Network 10 has released a first look at the new season of The Masked Singer.

With less than a week to go until the highly anticipated season premiere, here is a first look at the splendour viewers can expect from The Masked Singer Australia.

Showcasing stellar vocals with its rendition of The Weeknd‘s electro-pop synth banger Blinding Lights, the one clue to go off in an attempt to uncover Queen’s identity: “My sporting pedigree can’t be denied…and doesn’t that just take the cake.”

With the kind of singing chops that leave fans covered in goosebumps, guessing panellist Dave Hughes is convinced Queen is a professional singer and Dannii Minogue, “one million per cent” agrees.

See also: How Network 10 avoided lockdown to make new The Masked Singer

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