Lip Sync Battle
News

Spike TV’s Lip Sync Battle Is Coming to Carnival Cruise Ships

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - August 31, 2016

Carnival Cruise Line is partnering with Spike TV’s show “Lip Sync Battle’ for a unique new cruise ship experience.

The partnership is a recreation of the show, which pits contestants in a head-to-head competition to create the “most unforgettable lip-sync performances.”

The experience includes elaborate props and costumes, high-tech lighting and sound effects and even back-up dancers.

“We’re delighted to offer this exciting new entertainment activity to our guests,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. “Lip Sync Battle Carnival takes the brand’s participatory fun to the next level, providing our guests with a chance to showcase their talents and demonstrate their creativity with their fellow guests cheering them on.”

Contestants will be chosen at the beginning of their cruise following rounds of competitions on the ship’s Lido Deck.

Two finalists will be selected based on their “enthusiasm, originality and creativity,” the company said.

“Lip Sync Battle has proven to be a huge worldwide hit with families and we are thrilled to bring our unique and distinctive format to the world’s most popular cruise line,” said Casey Patterson, executive producer, Lip Sync Battle.  “It’s the perfect extension of our global brand, as now with Lip Sync Battle Carnival, our fans can join the party and show off their lip sync battling skills.”

Lip Sync Battle Carnival will debut on the new Carnival Vista cruise ship, with rollout on select ships in 2017.

Popular Posts belize hotel mayan world

At the Falling Leaves Lodge in Belize, a Portal to the Maya World

SAN IGNACIO — There has been some form of settlement on this site for more than 3,000 years, here on a leafy hill above the town of San Ignacio, Belize. In other words, this is no ordinary hill. This is Cahal Pech, […]


In San Ignacio, Belize, The Art of Adventure (And Pupusas)

pupusas belize

The sizzle is calling you. In the early morning, corn tortillas stuffed with cheese and beans and meat sing a particularly strong siren song.  It could be that perfect blend of dough and heat, or the aroma. It might just […]


Delta Is Adding More Nonstop Curacao Flights, Citing “Booming Demand”  

the beach at the avila hotel in curacao

Curacao is hotter than ever, with a wave of new hotels and record-breaking tourism numbers. And just a few months after Delta made its long-awaited return to the island, the carrier is adding even more flights.  The reason? What Delta […]


Related Posts saint lucia

A New Way to Travel From Europe to Saint Lucia 

There’s a new way for European travelers to visit the island of Saint Lucia, thanks to a creative new program by French carrier Air Caraibes.  It’s called Navigair, and it facilitates connections from Paris to Saint Lucia by a combination […]


Your Own Little Beach Bar in Aruba 

surfside aruba beach bar

A bucket of Brights, a few chairs and the perfect beach afternoon. At Aruba’s Surfside Beach Bar, the formula is simple and flawless.  If you’ve been to the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba, you know the island does not lack […]


It's Getting Even Easier to Fly to Costa Rica

a room at the nayara gardens resort with a balcony

It’s getting easier than ever to fly to the eco-tourism hotspot of Costa Rica, and now American Airlines is set to launch another expansion to the Central American country.  This summer, American Airlines is planning to double its nonstop flights […]


SUBSCRIBE!

Sign up for Caribbean Journal's free newsletter for a daily dose of beaches, hotels, rum and the best Caribbean travel information on the net.


No. Thank You