Lip Sync Battle Expands to the Mobile World with Brand New App
Article by George Norman
On 13 Oct 2016
Great news for fans of the Lip Sync Battle series: Spike TV has more to offer than just a new season. Accompanying the show’s season three premiere is the brand new Lip Sync Battle mobile app for iOS, developed in partnership with Wurly and Casey Patterson Entertainment.

"The 'Lip Sync Battle' app brings to life all the fun of the show by letting users go through the same process as the celebrities on the show: from song selection, choosing props, post production effects and even the chance to battle friends," said Nadine Levitt, founder and CEO of Wurrly.

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The official Lip Sync Battle app closely follows the show’s format. You can use it to create lip sync videos of your favorite songs and then challenge others to "battle".

Choose a song from a variety of genres, shoot your lip sync video, and then edit it by adding custom masks, props, filters and special effects such as confetti and pyrotechnics.

Once you’re done creating your video, you can share it in app, via social media or directly with friends via text message or email.

If you choose to share your lip sync video on Facebook or Twitter, you’ll get likes from the Lip Sync Battle community and your video will climb a national leaderboard.



"Creating an official Lip Sync Battle app was a natural extension of the franchise," said Patterson. "Fans can now put themselves inside the show for the first time ever in a social and interactive way, and share in the fun with their friends and family. Our app brings the excitement of Spike’s ‘Lip Sync Battle’ to your phone, and you, too, can battle it out, Lip-Sync style!"


Get the Lip Sync Battle app for iOS for free from Apple’s App Store.

The app works with iOS 9.3 or later. It’s compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.


The Lip Sync Battle season 3 premiere, which aired on Wednesday, October 13, featured John Cho and Sir Ben Kingsley.

John Cho lip synced Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive" and Rod Stewart's "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy."



Ben Kingsley lip synced "Every Breath You Take" by The Police and Elton John's "Rocket Man."






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