Musically Challenged sponsored by McDonald's new classics
Is this the best thing to happen to bacon or the best thing to happen to McDonald’s classics?
Do you love music and tasty food? Well then, the following announcement just might be the best news that you’ll hear all day. REVOLT TV is launching not one, but four brand new episodes of our hit trivia show “Musically Challenged.”
Sponsored by McDonald’s new classics with bacon, the new episodes will feature friends going head-to-head to test their music of music – or lack thereof. During the competition, the shows’ guests will be indulging on McDonald’s new Cheesy Bacon Fries, Big Mac with Bacon, and Quarter Pounder with Bacon. Oh yeah! Did we mention that McDonald’s is adding bacon to some of their classics? Welp, the cat’s definitely out of the bag now! Available at participating McDonald’s for a limited time, so hurry!
Is this the best thing to happen to bacon or the best thing to happen to McDonald’s classics? You be the judge and vote in the poll below.
Getting back to the nitty gritty, the new episodes of “Musically Challenged” will feature questions that definitely won’t be easy. So, only competitors who know their music will reign supreme, as they’ll be tested on their knowledge of remixes, collabs and much more.
Check out episodes 1 through 4 below!
Be sure to watch! You can also peep some of the tracks that are featured in the shows via the “Musically Challenged” playlists below.
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