These three new masks are supposed to shake the “Masked Dancer” stage with its fellow dancers from Thursday.
Who betrays himself through his movements and gestures on stage at the spin-off of „The Masked Singer“? And which stars dance under the firefly, the monkey, Maximum Power and the four other “Masked Dancer” masks?
That’s what the jury members say
From the mask to the advice team: As Mülli Müller, “The Masked Singer” winner Alexander Klaws thrilled with spectacular performances, little dance interludes and led the advice team by the nose. With “The Masked Dancer” the all-rounder sits behind the advice desk. Next to him is presenter Steven Gätjen, who was celebrated as a council guest by the audience. The advice team gets reinforcements in the four live shows by a weekly changing female councilor. Moderator Matthias Opdenhövel presents “The Masked Dancer”. The new dance rate show is produced by Endemol Shine Germany.
Alexander Klaws: “I’m really looking forward to getting to know the other side now. I know from my own experience how it goes backstage. That helps if you can feel what is going on under the masks. But I won’t relax there either – I’ll suffer a lot when guessing. “The Masked Dancer” is a unique show that has enjoyed worldwide success. I am very curious to see how the celebrities use their physicality to bring the masks to life and conjure up something magical on the stage. “
Steven Gätjen: “When singing, you can deduce something from the accent, dialect or vocal range. When dancing, of course, you have to rely on completely different things. You have to pay attention to every nuance. I believe that dance performances are about looking at how the stage is set up and what kind of hidden clues are hidden there. Perhaps you can find a clear or hidden reference to the star under the mask in the movement sequences, the selection of music and choreographies. All of this is a huge challenge. You have to do more detective work, but I like that. “
„The Masked Dancer“: The first three Costumes
ProSieben presents the new costumes for “The Masked Dancer”:
The helpful being uses its light wherever it is needed. Longingly waiting the firefly that night falls, because it is a real night owl and lights up when it dances. With its magical dance of lights and its flexible costume, it lights up the “The Masked Dancer” stage.
Hat Maximum Power once his system is started, nothing can stop him. It only knows the superlatives and pulsates full of energy. A constant current flows in it, because it charges itself through its electrifying dance moves. His dance electrifies. So be careful: hands off! High voltage!
All that the monkey for his groovy beats, he carries with him. Because he has the rhythm in his blood. His belly is his bass drum, his cymbals are always at hand and he creates wild rhythms on his chest. When the monkey hears the beat, there is no stopping it, storms the stage and does what it takes. He likes to improvise one or the other groovy drummer solo.
A total of seven masks want to conquer the “The Masked Dancer” stage and sweep the audience away. The last two costumes only come into the spotlight for the first time in the opening show.
“The Masked Dancer” will run from January 6, 2022 in four live shows on ProSieben on Thursdays
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