There’s no question we’re excited for the Masked Singer Australia to hit our screens later this year.
But, if you’re anything like us, you may be wondering what the new reality-style singing competition is actually about.
So far, teaser clips have shown famous performers taking to the stage in an array of bizarre costumes – which has only made us even more confused.
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Luckily, show host, Osher Gunsberg sat down recently to explain the new Ten show’s concept.
"Most other singing shows that we've seen have been anonymous people seeking fame," Osher explained to Ten Daily. "This is famous people seeking anonymity."
"Yeah, they're singing, but that's not the main aim of the show. The main aim of the show is to find out who is behind the mask."
In order to help judges Dannii Minogue, Lindsay Lohan, Dave Hughes and Jackie O – as well as viewers at home – a series of clues will be given.
"Say for example if it was me -- and, it's not me -- you might see someone playing soccer," The Bachelor host said. "Now, I played in the Kenmore Rangers under-fives, alright, when I was five so yes I have played soccer...
"So little things like that will show up where parts of the singer's history will emerge and as we get closer and closer to the end, the clues get more and more obvious."
"When the masks come off, that is absolutely the first time we know who they are. While it's super frustrating for me to not know, I'm also tickled pink that I don't know -- because I get to play along too, and I get to see if I'm right or not!"
We can’t wait!