Two good friends fall into the costumes of the duo Les Amoureux and their adventure culminates Sunday in “The Masked Singers,” the return of the popular show confirmed for a fourth season, fall 2024, on TVA. .
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With “Masquerade Singers” being the most popular show in Canada, it will come as no surprise that we extend the joy of the audience, the performers and the crew who create this great family event that brings together the beautiful arts.
The current third season, which ends on Sunday December 3, was watched by an average of 1,901,400 viewers from September 11 to November 5, according to confirmed figures from Numeris.
We don’t know if all the members of the team will return to the screen during the fourth season, except for the presenter Guillaume Lemay-Thiverge or the investigators Sam Breton, Véronique Decare, Enoch Meunier and Stéphane Rousseau.
Lovers had to say goodbye to the big Sunday set. At this point in the quarterback, only investigator Stephen Rousseau was able to identify them. Did you guess that Joel Legendre and Elise Marquis took their place in Les Amoureaux’s fabulous costumes? For their final performance on Sunday, they covered the classic “You’re the One I Want” from the movie “Grease.”
Joel and Elise have been together since the 1980s, when they studied theater as an option at the Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe. A 57-year-old man and a 55-year-old woman joined together to say “So let’s talk!” Hosted TV shows. and “Enfanforme”, in the Canal Famille, so they know each other well.
A spot for the semi-finals next Sunday
Next week, the third season will already be in the semi-finals. For the event, all the still-masked racers will parade on stage and perform several performances. The production hinted that “an unexpected twist will upset the investigators.”
Produced by Productions Déferlantes, in association with Quebecor Content, “Chanteursmasqués” airs every Sunday at 6:30pm on TVA, just before “Revolution”.
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