SEBASTIAN BACH To Take Part In ABC Singing Competition 'Sing Your Face Off'
According to Entertainment Weekly, former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach will be one of the contestants in ABC's new competition series, "Sing Your Face Off". Actor John Barrowman ("Torchwood", "Arrow") will host the show, which will feature five celebrity contestants taking on the identity of an iconic music performer each week.
Other contestants learning to perform the hits of famous music stars are comedian Jon Lovitz, Toronto Raptors player Landry Fields, teenage Disney Channel actress-singer China Anne McClain and former soap star Lisa Rinna.
The six-episode "Sing Your Face Off" is produced by Endemol USA with Georgie Hurford-Jones ("America's Got Talent") as executive producer.
No air date has yet been announced for the program, which will feature former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Darrell Hammond and pop singer Debbie Gibson as judges.
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