'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' Season 15 Episode 2 To Feature Tinashe

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Ryan Stiles and Wayne Brady are the mainstays of the gag show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" (Photo: CWWhoseLine/Facebook)

Whose Line Is It Anyway? season 15 episode 2 will feature singer, songwriter and dancer Tinashe as the special guest. The episode will air on Monday, June 24, from 9:00 to 9:30 p.m. on The CW.

According to the Futon Critic, Tinashe has been confirmed as the guest for the summer comedy series. It's unclear, however, if the singer will perform a song or will act out a comedy skit with the show's comedians.

Tinashe is best known for her hit songs like "2 On" and "Body Language," which both came out in 2014. The singer also had hits with Chris Brown, Usher, Offset and Iggy Azalea.

Whose Line Is It Anyway? season 15 actually started its run on The CW on June 17, and the first episode back featured Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick as the special guest. Host Aisha Tyler and cast members Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady, and Colin Mochrie were also on hand to showcase their comedic skills. 

As with the usual format of the show, the comedians were given scenarios to act out on Whose Line Is It Anyway? season 15 episode 1. Using the little information that they got from Tyler, Hardwick, Styles, Brady, and Mochrie depicted these scenarios, the best they could to earn points. 

One particular scene from Whose Line Is It Anyway? season 15 episode 1 had Hardwick and Stiles pretending to be at a football party, as seen in the video clip. The episode also featured some singing and dancing that expectedly got rowdy and hilarious. 

Last fall, Whose Line Is It Anyway? received a season 15 renewal from the network and was set for a summer 2019 run. The previous season aired around the same period as well with 17 episodes. 

It's unclear, however, how many episodes the latest installment would be going for. Ratings for the show was a decent 1.05 million viewers in season 14, per TV Series Finale

Whose Line Is It Anyway? started as a short form improvisational comedy show in a British radio program. In 1999, ABC decided to adopt the show's format for the American audience, where it successfully aired until 2007. The older series featured Drew Carey as the host. 

Following its cancellation, however, The CW revived the gag comedy series in 2013 without Carey. Meanwhile, mainstays Styles, Brady and Mochrie signed on for the revival series as well. 

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