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“The Masked Singer” reveals the identity of the lizard: here is the celebrity under the costume


SPOILER ALERT: Do not read ahead if you have not watched “The Masked Singer” Season 11, Episode 5, “Group C Finals: Shower Anthems Night,” airing April 3 on Fox.

After two weeks on the chopping block of “The Masked Singer,” Sisqó is finally gone-guh-gone-gone-gone.

I think I’ll sing it again: Sisqó was dropped like a truck, a truck, a truck. “The Masked Singer” took off his butt, butt, butt. Let me see (who sang) this song!

That’s right, “Thong Song” superstar Sisqó on Wednesday became the latest celebrity to be unmasked on “The Masked Singer,” who was revealed to be the Lizard.

For Sisqó en Lézard, several panelists understood it. Robin Thicke and Rita Ora knew it was Sisqó. Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg chose Ray J. Ken Jeong said it was Michael Bivins.

Lizard was voted off after being one of the two getting the least votes in the previous two episodes. He managed to beat Billy Bush as Sir Lion and Joe Bastianich as Spaghetti & Meatballs, but this week the pace is no longer da na da na.

This left Poodle Moth and Clock to fight for Group C victory via a “battle royal”. The duo sang “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell. The winner was Clock, who earned a spot in the Season 11 finale as Group C champion.

For Poodle Mom, Robin Thicke guessed it was Shania Twain. Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg chose Mandy Moore. Ken Jeong said it was Brooke Shields. Rita Ora thought it was Sharon Stone.

But we don’t yet know who it is. That’s because the panelists used the “Ding Dong Keep Them On” bell to stop Poodle Mom from leaving. As a result, even though this episode was initially supposed to be a double elimination, Poodle Moth will also move on to the finale.

Sisqó as Lizard joins Billy Bush (Sir Lion), Joe Bastianich (Spaghetti & Meatballs), Savannah Chrisley (Afghan Hound) and Kevin Hart (Book) as unmasked celebrities on “The Masked Singer” this season.

It was “Shower Themes Night,” which may explain why host Nick Cannon didn’t wear a shirt during the episode.

Returning for season 11 is host Nick Cannon, alongside panelists Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg, Ken Jeong and Robin Thicke, while Rita Ora has joined The Office to replace Nicole Scherzinger, who was in London to star on “Sunset Boulevard » in the West End.

Season 11 of “The Masked Singer” features themed episodes, including “The Wizard of Oz,” to celebrate the classic film’s 85th anniversary; “Transformers” (on the occasion of the brand’s 40th anniversary) and musical tributes including “Billy Joel Night” and “Queen Night”. Additional themes include “Girl Groups”, “Soundtrack of My Life”, “TV Theme Party” and “Shower Anthems”.

Featuring sixteen famous singers in total, including three “wildcards”, season 11 features new costumes, including “Gumball”, “Lizard”, “Ugly Sweater”, “Goldfish”, “Starfish”, “Book”, “Gumball” , “Miss Cleocatra”. », “Afghan Hound”, “Beets”, “Poodle Moth”, “Clock”, “Spaghetti & Meatballs”, “Lizard” and “Sir Lion”. According to the show, season 11 contestants have a combined 22 Grammy nominations, 11 platinum albums, 33 Teen Choice nominations, 108 million records sold, 326 movie appearances and 1.7 billion Spotify streams.

Here are Group C’s final performances on Wednesday’s Episode 5, “Shower Anthems Night”:

Clock, “The Masked Singer” (Michael Becker / Fox)


Song: “Respect”, by Aretha Franklin

The panel guesses: Tina Knowles, Debbie Allen, Denice Williams, Diana Ross

Hint: Rubber duck that says “Nick”. “Nicholas, this isn’t the first time you’ve taken me in.”

Package voiceover: “The TV theme party was a really good time. I am honored to participate in the Group C final, because in my job we love encores. In this case, a call for the shower curtain. There’s something about the show that gives me the courage to sing the biggest diva hits of all time. And let me tell you, I have been among them. You see, I was nominated for one of the most prestigious awards against legendary ladies: Queen Aretha and Natalie Cole. I didn’t think I would win, so I stayed home literally scrubbing the kitchen floor. And then, I won! Actually, I won! And I gave my acceptance speech in front of the mop. Instead of millions. Can you imagine? So take it from Aretha. When it’s your time to shine, you better show up and respect yourself.

Previous songs: “Piano Man,” by Billy Joel; “Good Times”, by Blinky and Jim Gilstrap

The previous panel guesses: Anita Baker, Evelyn Champagne King, Diana Ross, Stephanie Mills, Debbie Allen, Janet Jackson

Poodle Moth, “The Masked Singer” (Michael Becker / Fox)

Poodle butterfly

Song: “The house that built me”, by Miranda Lambert

The panel guesses: Sharon Stone, Brooke Shields, Shania Twain

Hint: Soap on a rope that says “Robin”. “Robin, working with your father is part of one of the greatest career moments of my life.”

Package voiceover: “Being here as a Poodle Moth has really helped me spread my wings. Music has always been my therapy. And while some people sing pop hits in the shower for fun, I take the opportunity to completely free myself from my emotions. And I let the tears flow when I sing. Like when our family sold my childhood home. This house was filled with quite tumultuous memories. Growing up was hard. There was so much sadness within these walls. I dreamed of leaving him. Yet when it came time to clean the kitchen, repaint the hallway, I couldn’t help but feel like a part of me was missing. But it’s the house that made me, for better or worse. Living there taught me resilience, and now I try to lock the doors to negative memories and open the windows to positivity. And with a few good cries in the shower, I know I can get through this and start each day confident and free.

Previous songs: “Just the Way You Are,” by Billy Joel; “Unwritten,” by Natasha Bedingfield

The previous panel guesses: Trisha Yearwood, Wynonna Judd, Rita Wilson, Melissa McCarthy, Lauren Graham, Connie Britton

Lizard, “The Masked Singer” (Michael Becker / Fox)


Song: “Bring Me to Life”, by Evanescence

The panel guesses: Sisqó, D’Angelo, Michael Bivins

Hint: “Rita” on a loofah. “Rita, I am honored to say that we both won the same extraordinary prize.”

Package voiceover: “I can’t believe I made it out of a second smackdown. I’m full emo, I’m talking about the anthem of troubled teens everywhere. Before I even knew how to drive, I was living two lives. I was honest like at school, but after school I was running around the streets with the wrong crowd. I was so messed up that I saw the inside of a prison cell more than once. Last time, I took a long look in the mirror and realized that the thug life just wasn’t for me. And from then on I stayed in a different direction and cleaned house. But I never forgot those dark days and the wake-up call I desperately needed.

Previous songs: “Uptown Girl,” by Billy Joel; “Scooby-Doo, where are you?” ”, by Larry Marks

The previous panel guesses: Michael Bivins, Ricky Bell, Ronnie DeVoe, Ralph Tresvant, Ray J, Sisqó

Last season’s performers included Ne-Yo as Cow, John Schneider as Donut, Macy Gray as Sea Queen and Janel Parrish as Gazelle, joining John Oates as Anteater, Keyshia Cole as Candelabra, Sebastian Bach as Tiki, Ginuwine as Husky, Ashley Parker Angel as S.’plus, Metta World Peace as Cuddle Monster, Luann de Lesseps as as Hibiscus, Tyler Posey as Hawk, Billie Jean King as Royal Hen, Michael Rapaport as Pickle, Tom Sandoval as Diver, Anthony Anderson as Rubber Ducky and one-time special guest Demi Lovato as Anonymous.

Fox Alternative Entertainment is behind “The Masked Singer,” which is executive produced by showrunner James Breen, Craig Plestis and Nick Cannon. The series is based on the South Korean format created by Mun Hwa Broadcasting Corp.


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