Your new favorite singing competition series is BACK. The Four: Battle for Stardom is officially returning to FOX for season 2, this summer, on June 7th.
Hosted by Fergie, the show welcomes the return of the panel of experts, which is comprised of Meghan Trainor, Diddy, and DJ Khaled, as potential competitors take the stage each week to steal a chair from "The Four." And if you watched season one of The Four, then you already know you can expect some intense, fierce competition.
The reveal for season 2 happened on social media as each panelist tweeted to follow along on each of their Twitter accounts, scavenger hung style, until the big reveal was made.
In case you need a little refresher, here's how the show works. Starting out with four "finalists," each week, new contestants will appear on the show in hopes of taking the seat of one of "The Four." As we saw last season, anything can happen, and there is only one winner in the end.
The winner of season one was Evvie McKinney from Memphis, Tennessee, who first appeared on the show during the second to last episode. With incredible performances of Andra Day's "Rise Up" and Aretha Franklin's "I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You," Evvie was able to steal a seat on "The Four" and move on to the finale. McKinney ultimately won the first season after a lively performance of Tina Turner's "Proud Mary," a beautiful rendition of Bill Withers' "Ain't No Sunshine," and ending with a cover of John Legend and Common's "Glory."
The winner of The Four receives a recording contract with Republic Records and becomes iHeartRadio's new On The Verge Artist; an artist development program supporting the winner with airplay across iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide. This program has helped launched the careers of artists like Sam Smith, Fifth Harmony and Nick Jonas, among others.
So, what can fans expect to see on season two of The Four: Battle for Stardom???
More Diddy and Billie...
More intense competition...
More amazing talent...
And the crowning of the next big star. Tune in on June 7th!
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