LEGO Masters: Celebrity Holiday Bricktacular, Fox’s three-part lego-filled holiday special, will begin on December 19 and run for three nights, concluding on December 21. The event will involve celebrities teaming up with past competitors and fans from prior seasons of the program to raise money for a charity of their choosing. Will Arnett will host the show, while bricklayers Amy Corbett and Jamie Berard will serve as judges.
Fox’s press announcement for the program reads as:
“In each episode, Will Arnett, the show’s presenter and executive producer, together with professional Brickmasters and LEGO workers Amy Corbett and Jamie Berard, inspire the builders, bring extraordinary obstacles, and put their ingenuity and talents to the test.”
Amy Corbett has been working for The LEGO Group for the previous nine years and presently holds the post of senior design manager since August 2019. She was the creative lead of The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. The term “responsibility” refers to the act of determining whether or not a person is responsible for his or her own actions.
Amy Corbett will appear as one of the brick masters in the holiday program LEGO Masters: Celebrity Holiday Bricktacular.
The designer has worked as a judge on LEGO Masters America from its start and is originally from Glasgow, Scotland. She is a Glasgow School of Art graduate who studied product design and engineering. Amy commented on her studies in an interview with Oprah Daily in August 2021 and stated:
“When I was in school, I liked doing art and design, but I also enjoyed arithmetic. I was like, fantastic, I am going to do it.”
The LEGO Masters: Celebrity Vacation Bricktacular She would like to work on mechanical projects and give her artistic touch to them, which led her to conclude that her “calling was in toys or fun design.” Amy presently resides in Denmark, where she relocated when she first began working for the LEGO Group in August 2013 as a senior designer. While in contact with her old education institution, she talked about working with the group and characterized it as a highly creative environment. she day———————
“The most exciting part is the days when you’re making fantastic stuff with individuals from different teams, getting hands-on with the bricks.”
The LEGO Masters: Celebrity Holiday Bricktacular judge went on to discuss her experience on the FOX program, stating that her favorite part is “the smash challenge.” Teams must construct something that will be destroyed as part of the challenge. Her “top favorite” from season 2 was the storybook challenge, in which children were invited to the sets. The students had to compose a tale that the builders had to design.
Amy also remarked that the “pleasant side” of the work is the way frequently youngsters, notably small girls, and their parents tell her how motivating it is to witness a female design and create with LEGO. The judge says that the challenging aspect of her work is having to send individuals home and making the “tough judgments.” LEGO Masters: Celebrity Holiday Bricktacular will premiere on December 19 and will star Robin Thicke, the late Leslie Jordan, Cheryl Hines, and Finesse Mitchell, as they join up with prior winners in an effort to win money for a charity of their choosing.