‘The Masked Singer’ national tour cancels the rest of their shows

Photo by: Sally Hubbard via The Masked Singer National Tour

The Masked Singer The national tour has officially canceled its last ten shows due to COVID-19. Event ticket holders will receive refunds as shows will not be rescheduled.

The Masked Singer The national tour ends early

The Masked Singer The National Tour announced on July 18 that it would cancel its remaining shows due to the coronavirus. In the announcement, they explained that COVID-19 has “made it impossible for The Masked Singer National tour to perform” at upcoming shows in Colorado, Utah, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California and Nevada.

Along with the official tour’s social media, host Natasha Bedingfield posted about the cancellation. As many fans of the touring series know, Bedingfield tested positive for COVID-19 last week.

“I’m doing great now and the tests are negative…but I think because it’s just a great team they had to make this decision for everyone’s safety and health,” Bedingfield wrote. “I hate it. I love you all and see you soon!”

The Masked Singer announced earlier this year that the national tour would return after a two-year hiatus. The 50-city tour kicked off in May and ends almost a week early. Bedingfield hosted this tour while reliving his experiences as Pepper on the show. Jewel’s Queen of Hearts, Tom Bergeron’s Taco, Latoya Jackson’s Alien and more were alongside Bedingfield on the tour.

In addition to former cast members, The Masked Singer The national tour unmasked a local star in each city. The layout presented The Masked Singer formula, which allowed participants to guess who is hiding behind the mask.

In the meantime, fans can start looking forward to the next season of The Masked Singer on FOX. The series’ eighth season begins filming in Los Angeles, California on July 24. fans can submit your information now. Audience members will be tested for COVID-19 on their filming date.

The Masked Singer returns to FOX this fall on September 21 at 8/7c. The next season of LEGO Masters premieres just after at 9/8c.

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