After an epic Season 4 of the Shot – just when you thought it couldn’t get any better – the Shot introduces a new chapter: The Shot All-Stars!
Finalists from the first 4 seasons of the Shot will compete to be crowned the Ultimate Shot contestant! And yes, James Downham will be there with bells on – or a cowboy hat (or perhaps not…) You’ll have to wait and see. The Shot All Stars will take place this June. Here’s more detail from the Shot website:
This June, 16 finalists from seasons 1-4 of The Shot are returning to compete in the ultimate battle of the best!
The All-Stars showdown will include former winners and top 8 finalists. Some of them are looking to hold onto their titles while others are back for redemption and another opportunity at the top prize.
“We’ve seen some amazing talent over the last four seasons,” says The Shot executive producer and head judge C.J. Allen, “this a chance for them to come together for a battle royale. We thought this was the perfect time to bring them under one roof. Season 4 was phenomenal and this is a great way to top it. There are new challenges ahead [for the contestants] for sure. Some of them haven’t had the full experience as it is now and so it will be completely new to them. We’re really looking forward to having them all back.”
In addition to the returning contestants, the judging panel will be a combination of judges from seasons 1-4 but at least two them will be familiar to the participants.
“Well, it wouldn’t be a season of The Shot without both Juneyt and myself,” Allen says, “but as for the other seats, it’s anybody’s guess really. Maybe there’s more than four judges this season? Maybe there’s only three? No matter who the judges are or how many of them there are, it’s going to be a blast and June really can’t come soon enough!”
Out of the 16 returning All-Stars, 8 of them will be featured in the finale on June 17 and one of them will be the best of the best.
Following All-Stars, The Shot will return in September with a brand new season open to anyone, from anywhere over the age of 16.