FOX's 'Don't Forget the Lyrics' Returns Tonight
FOX's 'Don't Forget the Lyrics' Returns Tonight
The FOX reality series Don’t Forget the Lyrics returns to airwaves tonight at 9pm, with the contenders vying for the grand prize of a million dollars.  Hosted by Wayne Brady, the show requires contestants to take the stage and the microphone and choose several songs from a wide range of genres, decades and musical artists.  Each song they pick must be sung completely and correctly, even with missing lyrics flashing on screen.  If the contestant successfully sings the correct missing lyrics, he or she moves on to the next round.  Each successful level will enable the contestant to decide to keep playing or take the money and leave.  If the contestants get nine songs right, they will enter the tenth level in which they could win the grand prize of a million dollars.

Don’t Forget the Lyrics comes back tonight with host Wayne Brady, the 37-year-old Emmy Award-winning comedian and performer who also landed an Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show for his syndicated variety series, The Wayne Brady Show.  He also won an Emmy and landed four nominations for his improvisation skills as displayed on Whose Line Is It Anyway?  He also appeared in popular television shows Everybody Hates Chris, How I Met Your Mother, 30 Rock and Chappelle's Show.

Most recently, Brady co-hosted the 20th Anniversary of the Rhythm & Blues Foundation Pioneer Awards Show at the Kimmel Center of Performing Arts in Philadelphia.  Tonight, Wayne Brady returns to television screens with a new season of Don’t Forget the Lyrics, which is produced by RDF USA and Brad Lachman Productions and executively produced by Brad Lachman, Jeff Apploff, Chris Coelen and Greg Goldman.

Fans and karaoke enthusiasts don’t forget to tune into FOX tonight at 8pm to catch the season premiere of Don’t Forget the Lyrics hosted by Wayne Brady.

-Valerie Anne del Castillo, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: FOX, Black News
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