Jamie Foxx will host the fifth season of Fox’s famous game show Beat Shazam, which premieres on May 23. On the program, the 54-year-old will be joined as a DJ by his daughter Corinne Foxx, an actor, model, and writer. Beat Shazam has been a fan favorite for all four seasons. As a result, the forthcoming season will feature teams of two competing to uncover the master among all the love songs. Finally, in the final stage of the game, victorious teams will have to predict the most popular songs against the greatest music software, Shazam.
According to the show’s official synopsis:
“Beat Shazam” is an interactive game show in which teams of two compete against the clock and each other to identify the greatest popular songs of all time. Finally, the team with the most money will compete against Shazam, the famous music recognition software, for a chance to earn up to $1 million.
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Jamie Foxx’s net worth
Jamie Foxx has an estimated net worth of $170 million as of March 2023. He has worked as an actor, singer, writer, and producer, among other things. Jamie charges between $5 million and $12 million for each film. His singing career has earned him $20 million in royalties. His film and music careers have provided him with an expensive and affluent lifestyle. Foxx now has 12 houses, six automobiles, and three luxury ships. The actor has a cash reserve of $24 million.
Jamie, born Eric Marlon Bishop on December 13, 1967, was raised by his grandparents, Esther Marie and Mark Talley. He had a baptist upbringing growing up under them, but he was highly inspired by his grandmother, whom he credits for his achievements.
During his time at Terrell High School, the actor excelled in both academics and athletics. Furthermore, he began playing the piano at the age of five and was already well-known in his class as a comic. He obtained a scholarship to the United States International University after finishing high school and studied musical and performing art composition. Jamie Foxx began working as a stand-up comedian in 1989 and, within two years, was cast in the smash sketch comedy program In Living Color. Later, he presented the Jamie Foxx Show, which aired for five seasons from 1996 to 2001.
In 1992, he made his cinematic debut in the comedy Toys. Stealth, Jarhead, Miami Vice, the award-winning film adaptation of the Broadway musical Dreamgirls, the biopic The Soloist, Law Abiding Citizen, Valentine’s Day, I’m Still Here, Due Date, Horrible Bosses, Django Unchained, White House Down, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Horrible Bosses 2, Annie, Sleepless, and Baby Driver are among his notable works.
Jamie widened his horizons in the music sector after beginning his career in movies. Foxx had great success in 2005 with his music album Unpredictable, which sold 1.98 million copies in the United States. Blame It (with T-Pain) and Fall for Your Type are two of his other popular tracks (featuring Drake). Twista’s Slow Jamz (with Kanye West) and Kanye West’s Gold Digger.