Masked Singer: All Contestants Identities Revealed!
The Masked artist is back for another season, and it’s similarly as wild as could be. Look through to see which VIPs have been uncovered up until this point, and return for refreshes every week.
The principal cover broke off in the season premiere belonged to the Egg, who ended up being Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir.
A subsequent contender was exposed to the supersized debut scene. The Ice Cream scooped off their veil to reveal professional gamer and streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins.
Scene 2’s losing hopefully had the appointed authorities befuddled, yet they soon discovered Panda was Laila Ali, resigned proficient fighter and a little girl of heavyweight champ Muhammad Ali.
The fourth challenger to leave the show was none other than celebrity specialist Drew Pinsky. None of the adjudicators speculated Pinsky’s identity, not even Jenny McCarthy, a previous MTV partner of his.
Judge Ken Jeong was persuaded the Skeleton had a place with Martin Short, however, this time, McCarthy was directly on the money with her theory that the skull under the skull had a place to David Letterman’s former The Late Show sidekick, Paul Shaffer.
After a brief rest during the World Series, The Masked Singer came back with consecutive scenes, which implied a double end. The first hopeful to go was the Penguin, who went out to be Sherri Shepherd, entertainer, comic, and McCarthy’s former The View cohost.
Toward the finish of the subsequent hour, Black Widow was sent back to her web. The VIP under the veil was uncovered to be actress Raven-Symoné, whose personality had confused visitor judge Anthony Anderson despite playing his sister on black-ish.
The contender pool is currently down to a significant portion of its different size after the adjudicators sent the Ladybug to take off home. On the whole, she expelled her spotted cover to reveal The Talk host and former reality star little girl of Ozzy Osbourne, Kelly Osbourne.
A few voices are simply too notorious not to recognize. The VIP specialists said her name right off the bat in the arrangement, and on her last scene, it was confusing to deny who hiding inside the beautiful purple flower: Patti LaBelle.
The Butterfly needed to take off home in one of the hardest ends yet. This uncovers nothing unexpected to sharp-eared watchers who said her name, said her name as their conjecture all season: Destiny’s Child artist Michelle Williams.
The Tree was hacked out in the latest scene, leaving just five additional contenders. Although the shimmering hopeful’s big-name personality was one of the hardest to figure, McCarthy’s last forecast was right: it was Saturday Night Live alum Ana Gasteyer.
In the wake of wowing crowds with his smooth channels and partaking in a season-long flirtation with judge Nicole Scherzinger, the dance was at long last up for this delicate monster as Thingamajig was uncovered to be Indiana Pacers point monitor Victor Oladipo.
It turns out; there was an animal of an alternate name underneath the Leopard cover: Seal, the Grammy-winning “Kiss From a Rose” artist.
Flamingo prevailed upon us with her ground-breaking voice and cheeky character this season, and after putting third, she was uncovered to be: previous Cheetah Girl and flow co-have of The Real, Adrienne Bailon.
Rottweiler had an incredible sudden spike in demand for the show, regardless of whether he barely missed being delegated the big enchilada. At last, none of the adjudicators speculated his actual superstar identity: Chris Daughtry, who fronted the musical crew Daughtry and came in fourth on American Idol.
What can’t Fox do? He’s the entire bundle, and the singing, rapping, moving competitor proceeded to seize the season 2 crown. Fox was exposed to be: comic and actor Wayne Brady.