Fox has but one regret about Rudy Giuliani’s utterly divisive appearance on Masked singer in April.
As reports spoiled months before the episode’s actual airing date, the exposure of the former New York City mayor and adviser to President Donald Trump prompted mixed reactions from the jury. , with Ken Jeong, onlooker, host Nick Cannon interviewing Giuliani. Robin Thicke, meanwhile, said afterward, “That’s something I could never have guessed, OK?”
Jeong stands, arms crossed, during Giuliani’s interview with Cannon and then walks off the set as the former deputy attorney general sings/”sings” a cover of “Bad to the Bone.” (If Thicke also left the stage, as was previously reported, his departure was not captured on camera and/or included in the edit.)
During a Monday morning Upfronts call with reporters, Rob Wade, President of Fox’s Alternative Entertainment & Specials, argued that:Masked singer It’s all about celebrities and fun moments, which is exactly what the casting got done – whether it’s on set or with viewers at home. “
Embarrassed by any second thoughts about the casting decision that resulted in hullabaloo, Wade said, “I suppose my only regret, or surprise, is that the reveal has been obvious. broken.”
Anyway, Masked singerThe confrontation with the devil didn’t bode well, as the movie dropped to an all-time low that night with a total audience of 3.8 million viewers and a demo rating of 0.6.
https://tvline.com/2022/05/16/fox-reaction-rudy-giuliani-masked-singer-controvesry/ Fox Has One Regret About Rudy Giuliani Appearing on ‘Masked Singer’