Masked Singer's Kelis to launch Netflix series Cooked with Cannabis on April 20

Rianne Houghton
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Kelis truly has many talents. Not only is she a chart-topping artist and reality TV star (trying her hand at being a Daisy on The Masked Singer, but she's also about to launch her own cooking show on Netflix.

Just weeks after being unmasked as a giant flower on the UK version of The Masked Singer, Kelis has announced that she'll be fronting the brand new Netflix series, Cooked with Cannabis.

The singer – and Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef, don't cha know – shared the news on Instagram, confirming Cooked with Cannabis' release date as April 20. Obviously.

Photo credit: Araya Diaz - Getty Images

Related: The Masked Singer's Kelis reveals "weirdest" backstage rules

Calling the new series "a dream come true", Kelis promised that Cooked with Cannabis will not only give viewers some self-isolation kitchen inspiration, she also hinted that it will shine a light on the way drug laws "systematically oppress groups of people" in the US.

"I'm really excited to announce my new show, Cooked with Cannabis on @Netflix!! Anyone that knows me, knows how much I love my Netflix, so this is a dream come true," she told followers.

"Interestingly, this was one of those things that I didn't go looking for, it kind of came to me. As a chef, I was intrigued by the food and as an everyday person, I was interested in how powerful this topic is in today's society.

"In this country, many things have been used systematically to oppress groups of people, but this is so culturally important for us to learn and grow together.

"I hope you all will tune in, it's definitely going to be a good time! We launch on 4/20!"

Cannabis milkshake, anyone?

The Masked Singer aired on ITV.

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