CELEBRITY NAME THAT TUNE Premieres Tuesday, Sept. 19 (8:00PM-9:00PM ET/PT) on FOX

For the new fall season, which features challenging games that test the musical knowledge of Athletes, Musicians, Actors, TV Personalities, Comedians and Olympians, all playing for their favorite charities.

Singer/Songwriter and Media Personality Melanie C., playing for Support and Feed vs. Actor/Singer/Songwriter Darren Criss, playing for Planned Parenthood
World Champion Hurdler and Bobsledder Lolo Jones, playing for the Lolo Jones Foundation vs. TV Personality/Actor/Designer Carson Kressley playing for Kempton Community Center
Former Professional Basketball Player John Salley, playing for PETA vs. Olympic Medalist/Entertainer Adam Rippon, playing for Pups without Borders
Former Professional Football Player Rashad Jennings, playing for The Rashad Jennings Foundation vs. Former Professional Football Player Todd Gurley, playing for M.A.D.E Sports Foundation
Actress/Singer Megan Hilty (Smash), playing for Project Angel Food vs. Actress Rumer Willis (Empire), playing for Planned Parenthood
Singer/Songwriter Belinda Carlisle, playing for Animal People Alliance (APA) vs. Singer/Songwriter/Record Producer/Actress Debbie Gibson, playing for The Actors Fund Home
Musician Taylor Hanson, playing for Food on the Move vs. Recording Artist/Global Superstar JoJo Siwa, playing for the JoJo Siwa Childhood Cancer Foundation
Comedian/Entertainer Steve-O, playing for the National Down Syndrome Congress vs. Actress Rachael Harris (Lucifer), playing for the UCP of Central Florida
Comedian/Actress Amanda Seales, playing for Donors Choose vs. Actress Kate Flannery (The Office), playing for St. Mary’s Native American Mission at St. Mary Church
TV Host/Producer Ross Mathews, playing for Palm Springs Animal Shelter vs. Country Singer/Best Selling Author Jessie James Decker, playing for Hope Kids
Stand-Up Comedian/Writer/Actress Tig Notaro, playing for World Resources Institute vs. Actress/Comedian Nicole Sullivan, playing for Foster More
Actor/Stand-Up Comedian Jeff Ross, playing for Planned Parenthood vs. Stand-Up  Comic/Podcast Host Michael Kosta, playing for Angela Hospice
Actress/Singer/Humanitarian Kat Graham (Love in the Villa, Cut Throat City), playing for GLAAD vs. Actor/Comedian/Screenwriter Deon Cole (Average Joe), playing for Stand Up to Cancer
Actor/Comedian Mario Cantone (And Just Like That…), playing for God’s Love We Deliver vs. Vice President of the Oppenheim Group/Real Estate Agent and Reality TV Personality Mary Bonnet (Selling Sunset), playing for Food on Foot
Award Winning Actor/Comedienne/Activist/Author/Producer/Podcaster/Mother, Kym Whitley playing for Karamu House  vs. Actress/Stand-Up Comedian Caroline Rhea, playing for Comedy Gives Back
Actress Jamie Chung, playing for City of Hope vs. husband Actor Bryan Greenberg, playing for Planned Parenthood
Entrepreneur and Olympic Medalist Shawn Johnson East, playing for Hope Sports vs. Olympic Medalist Gymnast MyKayla Skinner, playing for Girls on the Run Utah
Emmy Award winning Host/Comedian/Actress/Author Loni Love, playing for Project Angel Food vs. Multi platinum recording artist and global pop act, Ally Brooke, playing for Feeding America
Singer/Songwriter and Musician/Radio Host/Actress Lisa Loeb, playing for SCOPE (Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education) vs. Singer/Songwriter/Actor  Jesse McCartney, playing for St. Jude Children’s Hospital 
TV, Film and Stage Actor, Corbin Bleu, playing for The Actors Fund vs. Actor/Comedian/Writer/TV Host Craig Ferguson, playing for United Service Organizations (USO)
Reality TV Personality/Former Professional Football Player Colton Underwood (The Bachelor), playing for the Colton Underwood Legacy Foundation vs. Actor/Musician Jesse Metcalfe, playing for Child Mind Institute
Three-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Beach Volleyball Player Misty May-Treanor, playing for Gary Sinise Foundation vs. TV Host and Star of General Hospital Cameron Mathison, playing for Gateway For Cancer Research
Actress/Stand-Up Comedian/Author Heather McDonald, playing for Hillsides vs. Actor/Stand-Up Comedian Kevin Nealon, playing for The Store Nashville
TV Personality/Podcast Host Teddi Mellencamp, playing for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles vs. Actress/Reality TV Personality/Model Cynthia Bailey, playing for Worthy of Love



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