Jamie Foxx set to return to Beat Shazam alongside daughter Corrine after medical scare

Jamie Foxx is set to return to host Beat Shazam, the musical game show, again. The actor left last season after being hospitalised for an unknown medical problem. Season 6 of Beat Shazam was hosted by Nick Cannon in Jamie’s absence. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox confirmed on Monday that Jamie and daughter Corinne will return as hosts for the forthcoming season of the game show.

Corinne Foxx, Jamie Foxx’s daughter, returns as the show’s co-host DJ after being temporarily replaced by Kelly Osbourne last season. Season 7 of Beat Shazam arrives on May 28. Jamie is also an executive producer for the show. Beat Shazam season 7’s themed episodes will reportedly include teams which include ‘fathers, siblings, teachers, heroes and mothers’.

Allison Wallach,  president of unscripted entertainment at Fox Entertainment, stated, “Jamie and Corinne are the heart and soul of Beat Shazam… As our undeniably dynamic father-daughter hosting team, they bring a relationship like no other to a show like no other, and it’s wonderful having them back on set this season.”

Jamie Foxx was admitted to the hospital in April 2023 while filming the Netflix film Back in Action for an undisclosed “medical complication.” He underwent a long recovery process. A spokesperson for the actor denied a rumour in June 2023 that the COVID-19 vaccination had left him “paralysed and blind.”

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