Drop The Mic returns! First a fight between SNL alums when TV veteran Taran Killam battles Marine veteran Rob Riggle. Then an LGBTQ icon and activist collide as Culture Club's Boy George faces off with Orange Is The New Black's Laverne Cox.
The Vampire Diaries star Kat Graham takes a bite out of Shameik Moore. Can this Spider-Man fight back? Then it's a standup standoff when two comedy giants, Nikki Glaser and Brad Williams, start throwing punch lines.
One of basketball's hottest stars Lonzo Ball tries to dunk on the king of autotune T-Pain. Then friends become foes as a slimmed down Kevin Smith goes head-to-head with Jason Mewes. Jay and Silent Bob will never be the same!
R&B singer Ne-Yo battles Mike Colter to see if he's as tough as Luke Cage. Next it's a pop star party when Christina Milian and Ashlee Simpson see which voice can deal more pain all from Universal Orlando Resort in Orlando, Fla.
Drop The Mic leaves Universal Orlando Resort with a bang! Jack and Kelly Osbourne take sibling rivalry to the next level in a family feud rap battle. Then Spice Girl Mel B spars with La La Anthony when there's only room for one diva on stage.
Funnyman Ron Funches battles Raven-Symone, who may look harmless, but is a beast with the mic. Then it's a battle of boy band legends with NSync's Joey Fatone and NKOTB's Joey McIntrye pushing their friendship aside to go one-on-one.
Straight Outta Compton's Jason Mitchell channels Eazy-E against American Horror Story's chilling Adina Porter. Then 90's TV teens are grown up as Married With Children's David Faustino and Blossom's Joey Lawrence duke it out with bars.
Let's get ready to rumble in a WWE double-header! Wrestling superstars Rusev and Lana hunt shark Mark Cuban to see who's the baddest beast. Then tag team champs The New Day jump in the ring with iconic soul singers SWV in a no holds barred grudge match.
Time for two high school reunions! Glee's Amber Riley, Harry Shum Jr., and Becca Tobin battle former co-stars Kevin McHale, Jenna Ushkowitz and Heather Morris. Then American Pie's Jason Biggs and Eddie Kaye Thomas serve up slices of lyrical hurt.