“The Masked Singer” makes history even before the end of the big season … The actors and crew make a nearly 24-hour production day.
Our “MS” sources say the last day of filming broke the record for the longest production day of the show … starting at 6 a.m. and ending at about 2:30 a.m.!
We were told that the crew pulled out all the OT stops to go explosive this season – as added by all the lighting, extra phase preparation and pyrotechnics on the already packed schedule.
The marathon production is preparing for the final round of the competition, where the last 3 dressed celebrities – Prince, Firefly and Ringmaster – will face the final title. And we’ve learned that the competition is tougher than ever.
In addition to having a time-consuming day already, we were told that the mystery performers wanted an extended rehearsal time with vocal coaches and choreography teams … before the final winner-take all round.
Of course, you also have to add some production disruptions along the way. We were told the crew had to add last-minute security to their outfits.
Now you know that the ‘Masked’ team fully embraces the old “go big or go home” theory, which should be clear when the final round is presented on May 18th.
‘The Masked Singer’ Has Longest Day of Production Ahead of Final Round Source link ‘The Masked Singer’ Has Longest Day of Production Ahead of Final Round
The post ‘The Masked Singer’ Has Longest Day of Production Ahead of Final Round appeared first on California News Times.