Instead of determining a winner based on who has the best voice, the concept of I Can See Your Voice is quite different. Each week, one contestant has the opportunity to earn money if he/she can figure out who is a good singer out of a group of several options.
The catch is that the competitor cannot hear anyone sing a single note. The series is based on a South Korean show, and it calls into question whether you can judge a person's talent by their physical appearance and their lip-syncing ability.
Who is in the I Can See Your Voice cast? Continue reading to find out who is participating in the show (plus, one panelist also competed on The Masked Singer).
Who is in the 'I Can See Your Voice' cast?
While the person who has the potential to win money changes each episode, there is a steady panel of "experts" and Hollywood favorites who will aim to help guide the contestant in the right direction.
Ken Jeong, who is currently a judge on the other popular Fox singing series The Masked Singer, is the host I Can See Your Voice. He's joined on a regular basis by two other familiar faces.
The Real host Adrienne Bailon-Houghton will be a regular panelist. The role puts her on the opposite end of the guessing game, as she was the Flamingo on the second season of The Masked Singer.
Comedian and actress Cheryl Hines rounds out the cast of the permanent panel. Cheryl is best known for starring on the HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm and the ABC comedy Suburgatory.
On each episode, guest judges will take part in the guessing game. Fellow Masked Singer alums Kelly Osbourne and Donny Osmond will join, as will Niecy Nash, Bob Saget, Nick Lachey, Finesse Mitchell, and Arsenio Hall.
There are also duet partners on 'I Can See Your Voice.'
At the end of each episode, there's a dramatic manner in which the final selection's singing voice is revealed. After the contestant picks who they think the "good" singer is, that person gets the opportunity to do a duet with a celebrity guest.
Donny Osmond and Nick Lachey will serve as guest panelists, and they'll also be two of the duet partners featured on I Can See Your Voice.
This performance will be the first time that the audience, the panelists, and the contestants get to hear if the person has any singing talent — and if any prize money will be won. Within a few notes, it will be very clear if the guest competitor has won.
I Can See Your Voice premieres right after the Season 4 debut of The Masked Singer on Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 9 p.m. on Fox.