Back in 2018, Ryan Reynolds appeared on King of Masked Singer, which is the South Korean version of The Masked Singer show. Back then, he sang a rendition of “Tomorrow” from Annie. Recently, the actor shared his thoughts on doing the show, while promoting his new holiday movie Spirited.
Ryan Reynolds Felt Traumatized Doing King of Masked Singer
46-year-old Ryan Reynolds looked back at his 2018 South Korea experience, saying that his time on the show was less than ideal. According to the actor, when he was there, he asked himself why had he signed up to do it because it felt horrible. He also did not know the song and didn’t know how to do his part, so it felt traumatic to him.
Reynolds was doing King of Masked Singer in South Korea as part of his overseas press tour to promote Deadpool 2. His disguise was a unicorn mask with a sparkly cape, and his appearance became a viral hit online. The performance even made headlines in the USA months before the debut of the USA version of The Masked Singer in January 2019.
Ryan Reynolds Is Starring in a Movie Musical
Anchor Hoda Kotb brought up the moment to Reynolds during a discussion about his role in the movie musical Spirited, where the actor also sings. Kotb pointed out how Ryan Reynolds had displayed his singing skills many times and played the clip of the actor singing on King of Masked Singer.
Kotb’s co-anchor Savannah Guthrie asked Ryan why he would appear on the show in the first place, and Reynolds pointed out that as an actor, he would go on international tours to promote his movies, and he remembered how he was looking for the weirdest show to go on. At the time, The Masked Singer was not yet in the USA, so he looked at it as a novelty and decided to try it. The show was also huge in South Korea, and no westerners had shown up before the actor surprised everyone with his reveal.
Have a Luxurious and Magnificent Vacation in Bangkok, Even While on a Budget
Everyone occasionally deserves a little pampering. However, a luxury trip to a remote location sometimes comes with a heavy price tag, especially if you choose high-end services and five-star accommodations. Unless, of course, you come to Bangkok, which was just awarded the cheapest city in the world for a luxury vacation.
Going to Bangkok Can Be Affordable!
The Thai city, known for its backpacker scene, also offers the best value for luxury experiences, such as a car, a nice hotel stay, and meals prepared by Michelin-starred chefs. Travelers should expect to pay approximately $59 per day to rent a luxury automobile such as a Mercedes-Benz and approximately $150 for a great dining experience. This South Asian city’s five-star accommodations cost only $295 per night, much less than the lowest-priced in Paris. A night’s stay at a luxury hotel in Paris costs $1,753 per person.
Regarding luxury accommodations, the Thai capital provides an abundance of excellent hotels and villas. The Standard just inaugurated its first location in Asia: The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon, which is situated in the 78-story King Power Mahanakhon tower and offers amazing views of the city.
Bangkok Should Be on Every Person’s Bucket List
Bangkok, as one of the most visited cities in the world, is well-known for numerous reasons. The Southeast Asian megacity is a beacon for all types of travelers, as it’s synonymous with amazing food, wild party nights, and real culture. And yes, Bangkok has you covered regardless of your budget, age, or preferred activities.
On the list of the most affordable cities for a luxury trip on a budget, Brussels ranked second. The Belgian capital, which is renowned for its chocolate, is also the cheapest destination in Europe, notably in terms of the cost of a five-star hotel ($680) and luxury car rental ($150). A Michelin-starred supper in Brussels costs approximately $156.
Verona was the No. 3 destination on the list. The city in Italy has the second-lowest average nightly rate in Europe for spa hotels, at $177.