The singer showed off his new ink on Instagram

March 12, 2019 03:45 PM

Joey Fatone‘s The Masked Singer character may have gotten eliminated from the hit singing competition show, but his rabbit character lives on forever thanks to his new tattoo.

On Tuesday, Fatone revealed that he got a spot-on recreation of his rabbit character’s costume tattooed onto his lower leg. His new ink features a detailed drawing of the rabbit’s face and even has the same straightjacket-esque detail on the costume’s shirt as well.

“It’s that time again !! Woo hoo tattoo !!! Any guesses,” he asked fans in the caption of a photo laying on the tattoo parlor chair.

When the new ink was complete, he showed it off with a side-by-side shot of the tattoo and his on-stage look, and shared a selfie with his tattoo artist, Zoey Taylor, saying she “did a KILLER job on the rabbit ! She is def one of the best!”

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The ‘NSYNC bandmate made it all the way to the semifinals episode of Fox’s hit singing competition series, on which celebrity contestants were completely hidden under elaborate costumes while singing and dancing and can’t reveal their identify until they are eliminated. The mystery stars compete two at a time, with the audience and a judging panel voting on the winner of each match-up.

Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger, Ken Jeong and guest Kenan Thompson made up the judging panel, and contestants included Tori Spelling, Margaret Cho, Terry Bradshaw, Tommy Chong, Antonio Brown, Rumer Willis, Donny Osmond and Gladys Knight. The eventual winner? T-Pain, of course.

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None of the singers’ identities were revealed before elimination, and even the crew was shielded from seeing them before they went onstage; Fatone recently shared a photo of himself wearing a mask and hoodie on set during filming. “‪Just to give you a behind the scenes look at what I had to do and so did anyone who came with me,” he captioned the throwback Instagram.

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The network announced in February that the show has already been renewed for a second season.

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