I know we’re all going through a lot right now, but the time has come to check in on America’s (other) national nightmare: The Masked Singer. It seems like just yesterday that the Egg and the Banana landed on the hellscape known as planet Earth, and yet somehow, we’ve already endured three entire seasons of the show. And now, it’s confirmed: We’re gonna have to deal with a fourth. Which means (a) a whole new batch of “celebrity” contestants who need to fire their PR people and (b) a whole new batch of foods/animals that’ll be forever ruined. Truly, I can never eat a taco again thanks to THIS clearly evil criminal mastermind:
Because it’s best to keep our friends close and our enemies closer, here’s everything we currently know about The Masked Singer season 4.
Season 4 Will Air in the Fall
Singer Nina Simone’s childhood home is forever spared from demolition after a new agreement was reached in North Carolina.
The house now has permanent protection from being destroyed or significantly altered, the National Trust for Historic Preservation said Tuesday in a news release.
The nonprofit says it teamed up with Preservation North Carolina and World Monuments Fund to get a protection easement, in which a property owner agrees to maintain the character of a historic building.
“When the place disappears, frequently, the story does too,” Myrick Howard, president of Preservation N.C., said in the release. “Easements are one of the most important tools we have to save places and their stories. We are beyond delighted and honored to be a part of preserving not just Nina Simone’s childhood home, but the powerful story of her roots in North Carolina.”