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The Masked Singer Unmasks Lion and Rabbit: Rumer Willis and Joey Fatone

The Masked Singer Unmasks Lion and Rabbit: Rumer Willis and Joey Fatone

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The Masked Singer came closer to robbing the world of its absurd pleasure this week, eliminating two contestants of its remaining 5. Why Masked Singer? Why? In the words of Stevie Marvel, why ship us so excessive on this rocket ship and then drop us back down into this cold world? Oh properly. At the least we’ve got three more contestants — together with the promise of seeing at the very least another of Nick Cannon’s tantalizing outfits — before Season 2. This week, the emcee’s wearable masterpiece was a type of My Bloody Valentine tribute, with a jacket that appeared like it was coated in black-and-white wallpaper samples and then splashed with somewhat little bit of blood. Nick introduced Kenan Thompson as a visitor decide, and referred to as him his greatest good friend a couple of occasions, which was super lovable.

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Peacock acquired this present on the street, singing Calvin Harris’ “Let’s Go” with plenty of vary and a lot of power. He was outstanding, and in his little guess phase, he hinted that he is “dedicated his life to show business” — extra proof that the Peacock may be Donny Osmond. But PLOT TWIST! The Osmond Concept obtained a serious wrench thrown into it when Peacock advised Robin Thicke he used “Blurred Lines” as an inspiration on considered one of his albums — a clue Thicke interpreted as being an admission from Bizarre Al Yankovic. That sort of is sensible, if solely as a result of that track is problematic as hell and Bizarre Al wouldn’t know or care about that.

Monster went next, saying in his package deal that he’s right here to prove himself after being vilified and persecuted for sounding like a ringtone — yet one more signal this is T-Ache. He sang Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me,” with main coronary heart and emotion, so much emotion that Nicole Scherzinger acquired misty. “Your heart, your soul” she cooed, inviting hypothesis about how she’d maintain herself together if she went to a Disney on Ice show. The panel vomited up guesses that this was Jamie Foxx (it isn’t) or perhaps CeeLo (it isn’t), but let’s not hold enjoying dumb. This is T-Ache, as positive as Nick Cannon’s house has a climate-controlled room full of foam heads sporting exquisite turbans.

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Talking of Stevie Marvel, Lion sang “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing” from the musical icon, and she slayed it, save a couple of pitchy runs in the direction of the top. Don’t do too much, Lion! Nonetheless, overlaying Stevie Marvel isn’t a process for mortals, and she held her personal. In her package deal, she dropped one other clue she’s Rumer Willis by saying “empire” once more, but after her efficiency, the panel concluded she’s knowledgeable singer, with Michelle from Destiny’s Baby floated but once more.

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Rabbit, in his package deal, burped up one thing about “step by step” — either a clue he’s certainly Jenny McCarthy’s boo Donnie Wahlberg… or a purple herring. He sang “My Girl” by the Temptations, which was wonderful. Nicole, instantly getting robust, stated this wasn’t her favourite efficiency, and it needed some stage presence (not fallacious), and Jenny stored enjoying the sport of pretending this could be her husband.

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Bee ended it, plopping out more hints that she may be Patti LaBelle due to peach cobbler, however as we have mentioned already, that is Gladys Knight. She sang “A Natural Woman,” popularized by her good friend Aretha Franklin, sounding chic. She was a fantastic selection to finish it because, as Jenny stated, “She is a living legend.” In a bee costume! Kenan nailed it: “Who in their right mind doesn’t know that’s Gladys Knight?” Amen.

In the long run, SHOCKER: Lion was revealed — after Ken Jeong made it clear he can’t pronounce En Vogue and Nicole thought there’s a white Kelly Rowland somewhere — and she was indeed Rumer Willis. Rabbit had to hop off subsequent, and after the panel guessed literally everyone who’s ever been in a boy band, that head came off, and it was Joey Fatone, simply as we guessed.

The Masked Singer airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on Fox.

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