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SUPERGIRL And THE FLASH To Take Down The Music Meister in Two-Part Musical Episode [The CW]

Music Meister

The Flash and Supergirl Crossover to Fight The Music Meister

Ever since The CW announced that The Flash and Supergirl would do a musical crossover this season, fans have been wondering why these two would break out in song. Now we have our reason, as classic villain the Music Meister will be bringing these two together.

It looks likes most of the theories regarding the Music Meister becoming the main villain in the upcoming Supergirl/The Flash crossover were correct all along. EP Greg Berlanti confirmed the news, according to ComicBookMovie. Berlanti revealed the details at the Television Critics Association’s winter tour last weekend on who the villain would be to cause our two heroes to crank out a tune. “It is going to be the Music Meister,” Berlanti said. “We’re finishing writing the script this weekend.”

It will be interesting to see stars Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist singing on the show since both of them have experience in that area when they were on Glee. We even have some Broadway stars on both shows with Jeremy Jordan and Jesse L. Martin on board, so perhaps we might hear them play some songs.

It’s a mystery still as to who will be playing the musical enemy. Fans have suggested Neil Patrick Harris since he voiced the character on the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Perhaps we might get to see him play the Music Meister in live-action? How do you think should play him?

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