'Celebrity Name That Tune': Kaitlyn Bristowe and Karamo Brown Compete In "Bid-a-Note" (EXCLUSIVE CLIP)

In an exclusive clip from Season 4 of 'Name That Tune,' host Jane Krakowski guides celebrity contestants through the rules of "Bid-a-Note."

Allison DeGrushe - Author

May 31 2024, Published 12:00 p.m. ET

Karamo Brown and Kaitlyn Bristowe go head-to-head in the season premiere of 'Celebrity Name That Tune.'
Source: Lorraine O'Sullivan/Fox

Guess what, folks? Everyone's favorite music game show is back! That's right, Celebrity Name That Tune is returning for another season, and we've got an exclusive sneak peek at the upcoming premiere.

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As with the standard version of Name That Tune, this celebrity-packed game show puts contestants' quick wits to the test as they race to guess songs before their opponents.

In the second round, the competition peaks with the thrilling "Bid-a-Note" game. Eager to learn more? Well, keep scrolling to uncover the excitement in an exclusive clip obtained by none other than Distractify.

(L-R): Kaitlyn Bristowe, Karamo Brown, Randy Jackson, and Jane Krakowski in the season premiere of 'Celebrity Name That Tune.'
Source: Lorraine O'Sullivan/Fox
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What is "Bid-a-Note" on 'Name That Tune'?

In the exclusive clip, host Jane Krakowski turns to the camera and declares it's time for "Bid-a-Note." She then shifts her focus to celebrity contestants Kaitlyn Bristowe and Karamo Brown to outline the rules.

"Alright, I am going to read you a clue, and you will take turns bidding against each other as to how few notes it will take you to name that tune," she explains. "If you get it right, you'll bank the money. You get it wrong, your opponent has the chance to steal. In this round, the stakes go up after every tune."

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Jane reveals that the first tune is worth $5,000 before presenting the clue: "I could listen to this McDay or McKnight." Turning to Kaitlyn, the host prompts her to kick off the bidding, reminding the former Bachelorette that the maximum note count to bid is 10.

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Kaitlyn asserts she can identify the tune in eight notes, only for Karamo to counter with a claim of seven notes. Visibly anxious, Kaitlyn relinquishes the challenge to Karamo, urging him to "go ahead and name that tune."

Feeling confident, Karamo grins and steps up to the task. As bandleader Randy Jackson plays the seven notes, Karamo hums along to the piano. However, time runs out before he can produce an answer. This allows Kaitlyn the chance to hear all 10 notes. If she correctly identifies the tune, she banks the $5,000.

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Randy Jackson and Jane Krakowski in the season premiere of 'Celebrity Name That Tune.'
Source: Lorraine O'Sullivan/Fox

After the legendary ex-American Idol judge finishes playing the tune, Kaitlyn appears bewildered — she's completely stumped! "I actually don’t know, but I'm guessing: I'm Lovin' It?" she ventures.

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Jane informs Kaitlyn that she's incorrect before turning her attention to Karamo. While they can't award him the $5,000, she offers him a chance to guess the song. Karamo seizes the opportunity, confidently naming the artist as Brian McKnight. With just his name, Kaitlyn's memory sparks, leading her to correctly identify the tune: "Back at One."

As the band strikes up the song, Karamo, Jane, and Kaitlyn join in the dancing and singing with the audience. As the clip wraps up, Karamo jokes, "Is there any way we can start back at round one?" drawing laughter from Kaitlyn and the crowd.

Catch new episodes of Celebrity Name That Tune on Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on Fox.

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