Mark McGrath certainly directs the market to strange maritime television shows these days. After participating in the sequel and tri-quel Sharknado: The Second One and Sharknado: Oh, hell, no, this year the frontman of Sugar Ray said “oh hell” The masked singer and agreed to dress like an inflatable anthropomorphic blue whale. And during his show, he broke the twisted Sister’s anti-chimera anthem “We Won’t Take It” and “Poison” on each rose has its thorn in the side of a strong storm, giving perhaps the two best television marine life performances since Left Shark stole Katy Perry̵
But unfortunately, very similar to the humorous reference to the title of Sugar Ray’s album 14:59, Mark’s run as an Orc was short-lived. Although he swings hard enough to get the judges to believe he’s actually Dave Grohl, Billy Joe Armstrong or John Bon Jovi (or, a, Fred Durst), Mark was eliminated on Wednesday – and his puffy PVC suit, along with his dreams of adding “Season 5 Masked singer champion ”to up to three times Rock and roll danger champion ”on his Wikipedia page, was deflated.
However, the humble alt-rocker took this failure of the whale on foot. “Can I ignore one thing?” Dave Grohl? Bon Jovi? My head is still as big as Orca right now! He laughed when he heard the speculation on the panel’s A-list. McGrath also seemed thrilled to be able to impress his 10-year-old twin sons, who had no idea their father had had a whale during a crazy cosplay show. And with one more happy note, maybe Mark, who has a great new side fuss delivering good and bad news about Cameo, can charge Cameo customers twice if he wears his whale suit. I think it would be worth every penny.
And yet there was a serious side to the Orc. After McGrath dedicated the Wednesday ballad of poison to his late father, Judge Robin Tick said through tears, “You know, I lost my father. [actor and singer Alan Thicke] A few years ago. He was my hero, my idol. So, I’m completely connected to your story and I feel what you’re trying to say with this song. … It was a really heartfelt and beautiful performance. Mark, clearly moved by Robin’s reaction, then tried to erase his own oceans of tears, admitting, “The last thing on my mind was that I was going to cry in a giant Orc costume.”
So that left three more mysterious celebrities from Group A … or, in fact four mysterious celebrities, as this week’s episode featured the final and sweetest wild card player of this “season of game change”: Yeti! Below are the singers from group A, who advanced to the semifinals of “Super 8” next week, where they will compete together with the Black Swan, Piglet, Cancer and Chameleon from Group B.
Russian dolls, “I want you to want me”
A fourth doll joined the toy trio this week, although he was a rather silent partner, leaving the other figures to block their harmonious signatures on this Jason Derulo banger. Judge Nicole Scherzinger, who started in the vocal groups Eden’s Crush and Pussycat Dolls, was again impressed, saying that their “really strong performance” raised the bar for season 5.
Evidence: We saw the Dolls roam the Bus Partridge-style bus and play on a softball court, in a pizzeria, and – after “years of noise” – in the White House. There was also a brief look at last season’s Snow Owls and a T-shirt that read, “What’s going on around, going around.” Previous evidence cites the letter M, a serious health concern and the word “pop.”
Assumptions of the judges: Pentatonics, Jonas brothers, 98 degrees.
My guess: I’m calling Judge Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg here. Russian dolls sound exactly like Hanson, whose first actually game-changing TV show was on MTV Jenny McCarthy’s show in 1997. So I think Jenny just plays dumb. There’s no way she can think it’s 98 degrees (especially since it’s equally obvious that Nick Lachi from this boy band is Piglet). These living dolls are without a doubt the family pop group “MMMBop” Hanson, whose eldest brother Isaac nearly died of a pulmonary embolism in 2007; who have released albums with the title It started snowing and This Time around; and who got their big break singing in a softball game south of the southwest after trying to reach a record deal. And Hanson did participate in the White House. And yes, there is Hanson’s fourth musical brother, Mac, who may or may not have been in this fourth doll costume.
Robopin, “Killing Me Softly”
Receiving his funky, Fugees-inspired version of Roberta Flack’s classic, this sharp man was a feather sight. He is without a doubt an experienced showman. “There’s nothing he can’t do,” said the crushed Nicole.
Evidence: He was on a long “search for a certain golden relic” and “avoided the momentary trap” during this “action-packed journey”, although “his life almost fell apart” at times. We also saw the initials “MW.” Packets of past clues mention police sirens, lightning bolts, superheroes, cats, thrones, spiders, paramedics, angels, Washington, Costa Rica, and heavy metal. He is a father and grandfather and has repeatedly claimed to be 60 years old – even if the judges refuse to believe it because of his cheerful, youthful dance moves.
Assumptions of the judges: Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Terence Howard and again Jamie Foxx. (Jenny seems to think she’s still throwing Jamie’s name out there, one day she’ll be right, just like she was with Sherry Shepard after all.)
My guess: Unlike many other racers this season, this prickly pop star remains a mystery. Although a lot of the evidence doesn’t come together, I think so could be MC Hammer. He definitely has all the right moves, has children and grandchildren and turns 60 next year. Plus, the show boasted that contestants have 26 Grammy nominations and 25 gold / platinum records each season, and Hammerman has won eight Grammy nods and has four platinum or multi-platinum albums. Plus, wouldn’t it be completely branded for someone who once warned “you can’t touch this” to be porcupine?
Sea shell, “Tell me something good”
This beautiful sea creature claims to be struggling with self-confidence and has spent years away from the stage, but this week was very much in its water element. “The soulfulness we saw tonight raised her to a whole level!” exclaimed host Nick Cannon. Nicole said, “That’s it Sanger, right there.”
Evidence: We saw a wedding cake, shopping bags, a nose of superheroes and vitamins, and she said she was a “follower and role model,” who “walked in a lot of shoes.” She also noted that when she was a child, “Shells like me didn’t have many opportunities to be seen.” Past evidence cites baseball, cooking, and childhood fame.
Assumptions of the judges: Ashanti, Mia, Keke Palmer, Alicia Silverstone.
My guess: This is Tamera Mouri, the formerSister, sister and Twitches a star and lifestyle guru who is married to former professional baseball player Adam Husley and has been in a singing group long called Voices.
Yeti, “If It’s Not First Love”
With his kind glowing eyes, tall stature and fluffy coat, the charming Yeti served Rudolph the Red Nose to the north Disgusting reality – if Rudolph was made in 1990, i.e. There is so lots of vibes from the 90’s this season! Aside from exposing Mark McGrath and the very likely cast of Hanson and Nick Lachi, it was the second cover of the New Edition of the season, and this season’s cast probably also plays a full member of the New Edition, Bobby Brown, as Crab Anyway. I thought the Yeti’s vocals weren’t on a monstrous level, but he certainly downloaded this choreography of the boy band. “A professional has entered the building!” Nick announced as Judge Ken Yong announced the Yeti as his “new favorite” and the new favorite.
Evidence: He “came out of hiding only for a mammoth reason” and grew up in a “village of women warriors”, which helped him become a “gentleman”. We saw three birthday cupcakes, berry sandwiches, firewood, paper valentines, and the word “Aphrodite.” Obviously, the Yeti is “everything about love, love, love.”
Assumptions of the judges: Kid Rock, Ray J, Justin Bieber, Taran Killam.
My guess: Ray Jay seems like a good guess, but I’m not sure Jenny will give it away so soon instead of playing capriciously, as she does with Russian Dolls. This can be Year of the gentleman the singer Ne-Yo, but he was already a badger The masked singer Great Britain. So, I’m going to make a wild guess and say that’s right Let love rule superstar Lenny Kravitz. According to Lenny’s recent memoirs, he was raised not only by his adored mother Roxy Rocker, but also by an incredibly extended family of godparents and figures of mothers, including Cecily Tyson, Tony Morrison and Diane Carroll. He is also known for shaking a super cool afro hairstyle. Yes, Lenny is long-term … but hey, he’s still a better guess than Justin Bieber.
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