‘Sing Your Face Off’ Celebrity Competition Premiere Details

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‘Sing Your Face Off,’ a talent variety competition featuring celebrities who are transformed and trained to perform as legendary musical icons, will premiere on Saturday, May 31 at 9:00 pm ET/PT. Over the course of the series, the 5 celebrities (Sebastian Bach/legendary rock star from the band Skid Row; Landry Fields/NBA’s Toronto Raptors; Jon Lovitz/comedian, actor, singer; China Anne McClain, actress, singer; and Lisa Rinna, actress will each take on the identity of a different and iconic music performer — the celebrities could find themselves transformed into someone far older, younger or even someone of the opposite sex.

From the hours in the makeup chair to the days spent with choreographers and vocal coaches, each show will feature the complete transformation – not just physical – the celebrities will embody everything about the assigned icon – their walk, their talk, and their distinguishing mannerisms leading up to the live performance in front of the studio audience. Viewers will get the chance to see each of the celebrities portray multiple musical performers during the series.

Transformations in Episode 1:

  • Sebastian Bach = Adam Levine
  • Landry Fields = Lionel Richie
  • Jon Lovitz = Elton John
  • China Anne McClain = Rihanna
  • Lisa Rinna = Dolly Parton

Transformations in Episode 2:

  • Sebastian Bach = Lady Gaga
  • Landry Fields = Pitbull
  • Jon Lovitz = Pavarotti
  • China Anne McClain = Tina Turner
  • Lisa Rinna = Britney Spears

John Barrowman is the host with Debbie Gibson and Darrell Hammond as the primary judges. David Allen Grier is the guest judge for episode 1 and RuPaul Charles is the guest judge for episode 2.

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