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“The Masked Singer”: Cotton candy and Robodog also get involved

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“The Masked Singer”: Cotton candy and Robodog also get involved

“The Masked Singer” Cotton candy and Robodog also get involved

Robodog, Cotton Candy and Couch Potato are on stage at “The Masked Singer”.

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The couch potato has competition: ProSieben has unveiled two more masks for “The Masked Singer”: the cotton candy and the Robodog.

The couch potato has competition: ProSieben has it two more masks for the upcoming season of “The Masked Singer.” Included are the “sweet, fluffy and irresistible” cotton candy and the “beautifully good” Robodog.

250 meters of tulle for the cotton candy

The celebrity lady under the bright pink cotton candy lives in a “sugary, glittery world and runs a candy shop there,” according to the first clues. But she is also an “adrenaline-loving daredevil” and is looking for thrills and adventure. By the way, 250 meters of tulle were used for the fluffy costume.

According to the broadcaster’s statement, the Robodog is “a state-of-the-art toy” that is waiting to finally “have a battery inserted so that it can pursue its dream job as a security dog.” His costume was coated with wax so that he was “well protected in all situations.”

According to the broadcaster, the couch potato, who was unveiled last Thursday as ProSieben’s first mask, loves to laze around and watch series and sports programs for hours. The favorite number 10 is emblazoned large on the back jersey of the potato with sunglasses and a mustache.

New season from April 6th

The tenth season of “The Masked Singer” starts on April 6th on ProSieben and runs live every Saturday from 8:15 p.m. In the guessing team, Palina Rojinski, 38, and Rick Kavanian, 53, puzzle over who is under the masks. As usual, the live broadcasts will be moderated by Matthias Opdenhövel, 53.

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