The Masked Singer v The Brownlow on Monday night

The Masked Singer v The Brownlow on Monday night

WHAT will you be watching on television Monday night?

If you have been tuned in during Ten’s ad breaks in recent weeks, you would think The Masked Singer Australia is the only option.

Originating in South Korea, the show has been described as a combination between a celebrity singing competition and the world’s biggest masquerade party.

Each week it features celebrities competing against each other while completely disguised in an elaborate costume to conceal their identity, from a unicorn, monster, robot or spider to octopus, lion or wolf.

Who’s the unicorn?

The show is hosted by Osher Gunsberg with a guessing panel of Lindsay Lohan, Dannii Minogue, Jackie O and Dave Hughes who hear them sing, follow the clues and try to guess the celebrity.

The 12 singing celebrities are said to include winners of an ARIA Award, MTV Award, Logie Award, World Cup, Order Of Australia and Hall of Famer.

It starts 7.30pm, Monday, September 23 as the AFL’s night of nights is underway on Seven.

The Brownlow Medal is traditionally held on the Monday before the AFL grand final and this year is not any different.

Tom Mitchell wins the Brownlow Medal, the broadcast of which usually rates well in Australia’s southern states. Photo: Getty

What has changed is Hamish McLachlan replacing Bruce McAvaney as host, and he has some pretty sizeable shoes to fill.

It is a clash between this year’s most prestigious AFL honour and masked mystery celebrities.

And it is time to make a decision.