The masked singer is on her seventh week, meaning that the competition is naked … or as naked as it may be when all competitors are wrapped in layers of spandex, foam and synthetic leather All six Monster, Bee, Peacock, Rabbit, Alien and Lion – performed in the Wednesday episode that marks the first time that everyone else in the game appeared on the same scene at the same time. Meanwhile, JB Smoove ( Curb Your Enthusiasm ) joined Robin Tik, Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy Walberg, and Nicole Sheringer on the Knowledge Panel.
Read to find out which hairy friend has been deprived of a mask and shown at the exit.
PUSK | "It's a real singer," Jeong said as Monster caught "I Love Rock N Roll" by Joan Jet and Blackhearts. At the same time, given what we learned this week about the backstage action of the show, I admired the choreography of a one-eyed creature that included a long walk from behind the stage to the main stage. (My suggestion: T-Pain.)
LION | Boys, Lion mentions that she is from the "Blugrass State" and has finished her video by talking about building "my own empire". You do not have to hear its very strong cover from Lady Gaga's "Diamond Heart" to find out – and the setup package could not be telepolated more clearly – that she was someone born in Kentucky (maybe? ) and who was on Empire . (My guess, and it must also be yours: Rummer Willis.)
ALIEN | During Elle King's "Ex & # 39; s and Oh & # 39; s, Smoove assumed that the knit alien is Carmen Electra, but he must have ignored the frequent references to 1956 in the hint that he is probably the birthday of the singer. (My guess: La Toya Jackson, who was born this year.)
BEE | Bee straight-up kills "What's Love to Do with It" and calls the original artist Tina Turner as a good friend. Despite the misinformation of Bee's video, also referred to as song references such as Turner, Anita Baker and Patty Label, I'm still convinced that my guess is right. (My guess: Gladys Knight.)
RABBIT | The rabbit swung into a frenetic arrangement of Stevie Wonder's "Not Wonderful" guitar, while a bearded lady and some female acrobats danced around him. Yes, I do not know. (I guess: Joey Fatone.)
PEACOCK | The Big Bird performed The Weeknd "I Can not Feel My Face" and did my usual stellar work, though in his choreography I felt a little movement of the old white man who was trying to make nails and hip-hop. ? (My Suggestion: Donnie Osmond.)
THE UNSURING | The alien has this week's exposure … and it's La Toya Jackson, which Scherzinger and Thicke rightly guessed during the episode.
Now it's your turn. Did you know the true identity of Alien? Do you have any thoughts about the other masked players? Press the comments!