Doble Kara (originally spelled Doble Cara) is a "Tatak Eat Bulaga!" singing contest where competitors are able to sing equally well in both male and female voices. To enhance their performances, the contestants are also dressed in unique attires. One-half of their bodies is dressed in male clothing, while the other half is dressed in female clothing. The contestants repeatedly turn their bodies to the proper side that matches the voice type that they are currently using.
In the original 1986 version of Doble Kara, contestants lip-synced their performances instead of actually singing them.
The title literally translates to "double-faced" or "two-faced" in Spanish.