"There's a whole method. It's like two separate shows going on," Jeong, who serves as a judge on the competition series, said on "The Tonight Show" on Monday about the effort that is put into keeping the identity of the singers a secret.
"It's like two separate productions in one. If we do ever have to cross paths, the contestants have to wear like black hoodies, black visors, and a black t-shirt that says 'don't look at me,'" the comedian continued after confirming that no one on the show knows the identity of the singer.
"Even their agent and publicist, their whole squad, they have to wear masks," Jeong said.
"Just in case if like, let's say we would have the same agent or something like that."
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