The Masked Singer: Who's Been Revealed So Far?
Check in each week to find out which celebs have been revealed on television's most talked-about singing competition with a twist
Season 4, Week 11: Mushroom, Sun & Crocodile
It was anything but a silent night on The Masked Singer's season 4 finale Wednesday.
Host Nick Cannon promised the episode — where Crocodile, Mushroom and Sun competed for the Golden Mask trophy — would be "a gift better than anything under your tree" and called the finalists the show's "strongest power vocalists of all time."
He was right. As the finale went on, Crocodile was the first to be unmasked — and it was none other than Backstreet Boy Nick Carter.
"I had to pull every trick out of the bag that I had," the boy band member said after being revealed. "I mean, there are some talented artists [that have] been on this show. And I'm just grateful to be here.”
Second place went to Mushroom, also a singer: Aloe Blacc.
"Music is truly the language that connects us all and I got a chance to experience that and do just that here on this stage," the "I Need a Dollar" singer said following his unmasking.
That left the winner, Sun, whom Jenny McCarthy and Nicole Scherzinger both guessed was LeAnn Rimes. And they were right!
"This has been an overwhelming experience," the two-time Grammy winner said. "I didn’t expect this to be this much work. I have to say. I was thinking like, I'll come on, this will be easy. This will be fun. And it was a blast.”
Season 4, Week 10: Seahorse, Popcorn & Jellyfish
The Super Six took place on Dec. 2, but only three undercover celebrities survived the night. That’s right: a triple elimination! After several spectacular performances, it was Popcorn, Jellyfish and Seahorse who had to say their goodbyes.
Popcorn got the judges on their feet with her energetic rendition of Tina Turner’s “Better Be Good to Me.” “That was not a performance, that was a religious experience,” judge Ken Jeong said. Popcorn proceeded to remove her mask, and underneath appeared Taylor Dayne, who McCarthy and Scherzinger suspected.
“I had a ball,” the Grammy nominee said. “Nobody understands how amazing this show is.”
Then Jellyfish wiggled out of her outfit to reveal Jeong’s guess (that Robinson copied!), Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim.
“I’m such a big fan of all of you guys so this whole experience is just so amazing for me,” the gold medalist told the panelists following her unmasking. “… You guys gave me so much confidence after each week and it’s just been such a fun experience to be able to put myself out there, be vulnerable. I really, really appreciate it.”
Seahorse closed out the big night when she took off her costume and proved Scherzinger and Thicke right as pop star Tori Kelly was revealed.
“I thought it’d just be fun to come out here and show a whole other side of myself, be a little more sassy, show some choreo,” the “Nobody Love” singer said.
Kelly also looked forward to how the show would impact her going forward. “I’m just excited for what this means for the rest of my career, too,” she said. “It’s all good things.”
Season 4, Week 9: Broccoli
Broccoli just missed making the Super Six when he got voted out and unmasked as Paul Anka on the Group C finale, but he doesn't mind.
"I didn't have any expectations," Anka, 79, told PEOPLE. "It was just fun to get out of the house and do it."
The legendary singer and songwriter took a break from working on his latest album — which will feature Andrea Bocelli, Il Divo and Olivia Newton-John — to partake in the singing competition.
"I've got a 15-year-old son and I've got grandchildren and we were fans of the show," he said before adding, "When I got the call, I really thought about it because I was in the middle of an album for quite a few months."
"It all came together where I can get out of the house, I could have some fun and I can get out and do some socialization," he added.
Season 4, Week 8: Whatchamacallit & Serpent
This week, Seahorse and Crocodile earned their spots in the Super Six and Whatchamacallit and Serpent had to say their goodbyes.
Whatchamacallit got all the panelists to “Lean Back” when he delivered the rap track, garnering a range of guesses that included NBA stars and J.B. Smoove. Judge Ken Jeong, surprisingly, nailed it with his suggestion of NBA star Lonzo Ball.
“I love music, I love performing, so this kind of brought it all together,” the basketball pro, 23, said after being unmasked. "And I knew my mom watches this so it’s going to definitely put a smile on her face when she sees me.”
Serpent closed out by tackling “Cool” by the Jonas Brothers — and dropping more medical-related hints. The panel's final guesses ranged from Daveed Diggs to Taye Diggs, but Scherzinger hit it on the head by figuring out that Singing Surgeon Dr. Elvis Francois was under the snake.
“This is unbelievable,” said 35-year-old Francois, who went viral with his cover of “Imagine.” "It’s a once in a lifetime kind of situation. Very different from what I do on a day-to-day basis, but something I’ll never forget the rest of my life."
The spine surgeon also called the show “an incredible way for us to move forward together.”
“I’m just happy to play a small part,” he said.
Season 4, Week 7: Snow Owls
In this week's showdown, the Sun moved on to the Super Six and Popcorn and Snow Owls had to battle it out for a final spot.
Snow Owls performed a country rendition of "Because You Loved Me" by Celine Dion and Popcorn went for a sultry version of "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You" by Bryan Adams. The judges ultimately chose Popcorn to advance to the Super Six, which mean the Snow Owls had to unmask.
The panel made their final guesses, which included Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman, Amy Grant and Vince Gill and Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna. Nicole Scherzinger nailed it, though, with her guess of Clint Black and Lisa Hartman.
Once the lovebirds wiggled out of their white, feathery masks, the country singer, 58, and his actress wife, 64, appeared.
"When I first saw the costumes I actually cried because they're so beautiful but they're so sweet," Hartman said of the Snow Owls outfit. "I couldn't wait to get into them."
Black shouted out the judges for making their Masked Singer experience a good one. "You guys are no Simon Cowell, that's all I'm going to say," the Grammy winner quipped. "You all are so nice and made us feel good every time."
Season 4, Week 6: Squiggly Monster
This week was all about the Group C playoffs and Squiggly Monster kept the show rockin' with a rendition of “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” by The Rolling Stones. Panelist Ken Jeong called it "the most fun performance of the night," but it wasn't enough to keep Squiggly Monster in the competition.
Panelists Jenny McCarthy and Robin Thicke both put Bob Saget down for their first impression guesses, and Jeong switched his from Fabio to the Full House star. Even guest judge Wayne Brady suggested Saget — and they were all right!
"What you guys do here is why I wanted to do this," said the actor and comedian. "Because, you know, we're all going through a tough time. I get to be part of your joy and it's needed so bad. They said, 'Do you want to be Squiggly Monster?' And they sent me a picture and I said, 'Yeah!' "
Season 4, Week 5: Lips
After taking a week off for the World Series, the competition returned with Group C to kick things off.
Squiggly Monster delivered a soulful rendition of Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Have You Ever Seen the Rain." Mushroom followed up with an unexpected take on "This Woman's Work" by Maxwell. Broccoli surprised the judges with a tribute to rock and roll legends Stevie Ray Vaughn and Jerry Lee Lewis, and finally, Lips closed out the evening with a spirited version of Odessey's "Native New Yorker." Unfortunately, Lips' first performance also became her last.
Panelist Ken Jeong chose Mariah Carey for his first impression guess, while Robin Thicke went with Sandra Bernhard. Jenny McCarthy opted for Wendy Williams, and Scherzinger agreed — and the ladies guessed correctly. When Lips removed her mask to show more than just her mouth, Williams appeared on stage.
"Well, first of all, they're fabulous," the talk show host said of why she wanted to be Lips. "I can't sing, I can't dance, but I know how to have fun."
"I was relieved to have at least done one," Williams told PEOPLE about her experience on the show. "Because normally that's something I don't do. I'm not a singer. I'm not a dancer. I talk. That's what I do. That's why I chose the Lips. But everybody was so kind."
Season 4, Week 4: Baby Alien
Despite Group B's strong showing of performances, host Nick Cannon announced that Baby Alien did not make the cut. The judges gave their final guesses as to who might be under the intergalactic outfit: Eric Bana, Jason Biggs, Jeff Dunham, Nick Kroll and Freddie Prinze Jr.
But the panelists' suggestions landed in a galaxy far, far away. Cannon and one of the Men in Black helped Baby Alien out of his costume to reveal former NFL player Mark Sanchez.
Of what he enjoyed most about being on the show, the retired quarterback said, "Sharing this experience with my little man. He knows the words to 'Faith' now. He knows the words to 'It's Time' by Imagine Dragons, so we've been rocking out in the car. It's been fun. It's been really fun."
Season 4, Week 3: Giraffe
One week after the first-ever contestant removed their costume without being voted off, the competition returned with the Group A Playoffs. Popcorn, Giraffe, Snow Owls and Sun battled for a spot in the Group A Finals and revealed more clues about themselves.
When it came time for the judges and virtual audience to vote for their favorite performance of the night, Giraffe landed in the bottom after singing Kool & the Gang’s “Get Down On It.” The panelists made their final guesses as to who could be under the costume, including Travis Barker, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Seth Green, Shia LaBeouf and Jason Priestley. When Giraffe took off his long neck, Brian Austin Green appeared underneath.
“It’s been fun. It’s been a really good time,” the Beverly Hills, 90210 actor said of his experience.
“I’ve loved messing with Ken. We’ve never met before, but you talk way too much,” he added.
Season 4, Week 2: Gremlin
This week, the judges, host Nick Cannon and the audience were shocked when Gremlin decided to take off his mask. As the judges were deliberating on who the Crocodile and Serpent could be, Gremlin declared, "I want to take this off right now," after performing "Stand by Me" by Ben E. King.
Cannon tried to stop him and the judges begged Gremlin to keep the mask on. “It's not that part of the show yet!” Cannon said.
But Gremlin couldn’t be tamed. He yanked off the fuzzy purple head to reveal Mickey Rourke.
"I was just in the neighborhood," the Oscar-nominated actor joked of why he wanted to appear on The Masked Singer. "I liked the show. I watched like four episodes and they asked me, 'Would you be interested?' "
Since Gremlin self-eliminated, the other competitors get to stick around for another week.
Season 4, Week 1: Dragon
The Masked Singer is back! Season 4 began by introducing 16 new singers, and a few new updates to the show.
This season, there will be a virtual audience that will be deciding which singer gets unmasked and eliminated by voting for their favorite performance of the night. The performer with the least number of votes each week will have to say goodbye. There will also be a prize for judges Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke. The four panelists will lock in their first impression guesses for each singer after seeing their initial performance, and whoever makes the most correct guesses will win the Golden Ear trophy.
The premiere episode featured the first group of six singers: Sun, Giraffe, Popcorn, Dragon and Snow Owls, The Masked Singer's first duet costume. After putting up a good fight, Dragon ended up at the bottom.
Jeong thought Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps could be under the fire-breathing getup, McCarthy guessed DMX, and Scherzinger and Thicke tossed out Busta Rhymes — and they were right! When Dragon took off his mask, Grammy-nominated rapper Rhymes appeared underneath.
When asked what it was like becoming the Dragon, Rhymes said, "It's been an incredible experience. This whole outfit looking like I really am one of the most powerful and dominant characters in existence."
The star performed "Mama Said Knock You Out" by LL Cool J before saying his final goodbye.
Season 3, Week 16: Night Angel
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Kandi Burruss
The final showdown for the Golden Mask was between Frog, Night Angel and Turtle. Frog started things off with an energetic rendition of "Bad Boys for Life" by P. Diddy, Black Rob and Mark Curry. Turtle went up next and delivered a cover of Lewis Capaldi's "Before You Go," and Night Angel closed things out with a powerful version of Tina Turner's hit "River Deep, Mountain High." After the judges and studio audience cast their final votes of the season, it came time for host Nick Cannon to reveal how each singer fared in the competition.
First, Cannon announced that Frog took third place and unmasked him as Bow Wow, who the panelists had suspected throughout the season. Cannon then revealed the season 3 winner — Night Angel — meaning Turtle nabbed second place. Turtle removed his mask first, exposing pop star Jesse McCartney, another one of the judges' reoccurring guesses. The evening couldn't end without this season's champ divulging her identity, too. The much-anticipated reveal gave way to Real Housewives of Atlanta star and Xscape member Burruss. She couldn't help but shriek when Cannon noted that she was the first-ever female winner of The Masked Singer.
"For a long time, I really stopped singing by myself because you get negative feedback and so it kind of messes with your head," the mom of three told the judges after removing her purple mask. "But thank you. So I had really stopped. And I just really appreciate you guys for helping me build my confidence back."
Season 3, Week 15: The Rhino
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Barry Zito
Both Night Angel and Frog secured spots in the finale, as did Turtle for his take on the Nick Jonas hit "Jealous," which left Rhino packing after performing "Humble and Kind" by Tim McGraw. The judges floated Jason Aldean, Trace Adkins and Blake Shelton as final takes on who might be under the massive tusk, but McCarthy and Jeong had it right with their guess of former MLB player Zito.
"I just had such a great time," the World Series-winning pitcher said before adding, "This show has stressed me in so many ways."
Season 3, Week 14: Kitty
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Jackie Evancho
Frog, Kitty, Night Angel, Rhino and Turtle faced off for a slot in the final four, but it was Kitty who received the least number of votes. The panelists' guessed the feline could be Vanessa Hudgens, Anna Kendrick, Lea Michele or Ashley Tisdale, but underneath the mask was America's Got Talent star Jackie Evancho.
"I wanted to show a different side of myself," Evancho said of why she came on the show.
She also thanked the panelists after being unmasked.
"Without you, I don't think I would have discovered where I want to take my career and who I want to represent myself as in the future," she said.
Season 3, Week 13: The Astronaut
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Hunter Hayes
Although the judges agreed that all of the singers stepped it up for the Battle of the Sixes, the Astronaut was the one to say goodbye after performing his rendition of "Story of My Life" by One Direction.
The judges threw out a few guesses as to who the Astronaut was, but it was Scherzinger who landed the correct guess with country star Hunter Hayes.
"It's been an unbelievable experience," the "I Want Crazy" singer said after taking off his disguise. "This time in my life is a great chance for me to sort of hit a reset button and to try a bunch of things that I was scared of, and this show's full of those. I've never danced properly, I've never worked on choreo. Trying new songs, trying new things with my voice, it's been incredible."
Season 3, Week 12: The Banana
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Bret Michaels
"I didn’t want to exit ever! So I went in 1,000 percent," the Poison frontman told PEOPLE of his experience on the show.
Even though his rendition of "Brick House" didn't keep him in the competition, Michaels was able to celebrate a very important milestone the same night his episode aired. Ten years ago to the date, the star survived a brain hemorrhage.
"But how ironic that it is literally 10 years to the moment when the show airs, it was airing at the exact time that they were operating at night on my brain. Who knew that this would all come full circle on April 22?" he said. "On my kids’ life, my life, I had no idea that any of this would line up."
As for what the star is looking forward to once people can safely leave their homes, Michaels said, "I cannot wait to go back out on the road when we are allowed and the guidelines are safe, as I am 1,000 percent in the highest risk category for this."
"I’m a hand-shaker and a hugger. I’m hoping that that light comes back around because the toughest part for me is just wanting to walk up and shake somebody’s hand and see how you’re doing," he continued. "I know right now we can’t do that," he said, before emphasizing again that he "can’t wait to get back on the road."
Season 3, Week 11: The Kangaroo
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Jordyn Woods
The model was surprised by how many of her fans had guessed she had been the Kangaroo from the start of the show.
“Every single week I see tweets about me being the Kangaroo or people commenting on my pictures with the kangaroo emoji, saying, ‘Oh, I didn’t know you could sing,’ with the winky face, just to see if I say anything,” Woods told PEOPLE, following her April 8 elimination. “I didn’t even realize people would know, because I’ve never publicly sang. People are just smart.”
When asked about why she decided to compete on the show, Wood said that it "was one of those opportunities of a lifetime where you can’t pass up." She said she chose the Kangaroo fighter costume because "there's this fighter element to me."
"I went with the Kangaroo because kangaroos are strong as hell and I strive to be as strong as the Kangaroo," she said.
Even though her time on the show has come to an end, Woods has only begun showing the world that she can sing. When asked if she was going to come out with new music, the star said, "Yes, there will be an album!"
She added, "Stay tuned for when this is over," referencing the coronavirus pandemic, "and I can actually get to the studio to record the music I've made."
Season 3, Week 10: White Tiger
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Rob Gronkowski
After weeks of hearing about the almighty Super Nine, the top three performers from Groups A, B and C finally took the stage on the show's April Fools-themed episode.
After host Nick Cannon reintroduced competitors, the White Tiger came in last from Group A and was sent home.
“I’ve always loved dancing and my dance moves were always one of a kind and I always felt like I was never on rhythm, so when I got asked to do The Masked Singer, I knew I was in. I wanted to do it,” Gronk said, after performing his rendition of "I'm Too Sexy." “I wanted to learn how to sing and also I really wanted to learn how to dance.”
Gronkowski went on to thank the panel for the fun experience.
“Thank you guys,” he told the judges. “I enjoyed every performance in front of you guys. I love you guys so much. I’m just so thankful to be here. Legends right in front of my eyes.”
Season 3, Week 9: T-Rex
Celebrity Behind the Mask: JoJo Siwa
It was no surprise to judges McCarthy, Scherzinger and Thicke that the T-Rex was the 16-year-old YouTube star.
“I actually paused my tour to do this,” Siwa said, after performing “Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)” by The Pussycat Dolls. “I was like, ‘Pause, I want to do this!’ “
Before Siwa had to offically say goodbye, she was joined by judge and Pussycat Doll Scherzinger for an encore performance of “Jai Ho!"
Season 3, Week 8: The Swan
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Bella Thorne
The panelists’ final guesses on who was wearing the opulent disguise consisted of a range of actresses including Nina Dobrev, Megan Fox, Olivia Munn, Mila Kunis and Kristen Stewart, but when the crane came off, Bella Thorne turned out to be under the feathery costume.
“Well because Ken was guessing me as the Flamingo last season and I retweeted that and that made me super excited and I just started watching the show and I thought it was so, so amazing, so dope and I was like, ‘Let’s do that!’ ” the 22-year-old singer and actress said of why she wanted to do the show. “Getting in front of people really gets me super nervous, so this was really out of my comfort zone.”
Season 3, Week 7: The Bear
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Sarah Palin
Unfortunately for the Bear, her first performance was also her last. After receiving the least number of votes following her rendition of Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back," the Bear took off her mask to reveal Palin underneath.
“This is the weirdest thing I’ve ever done, that’s for sure,” Palin said. “But it’s all about fun. It’s unity. This is all good. This is something that our country needs right now too.”
Season 3, Week 6: The Taco
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Tom Bergeron
This week, the contestants kicked things off with a group performance of the Backstreet Boys' "Larger Than Life" before the panelists tried to guess who the Taco — the contestant with the least votes from the studio audience and judges — might be. The panelists guessed Kelsey Grammer, Barry Manilow or Martin Short before Bergeron shocked them all after taking off his mask.
“This was the most work I’ve done in years,” the Dancing With the Stars host, 64, quipped after being unmasked.
Now, the Kitty, Banana and Frog will move to the Super 9.
Season 3, Week 5: The Mouse
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Dionne Warwick
This week, after the Mouse sang an incredible rendition of "This Will Be (Everlasting Love)" by Natalie Cole, it was no surprise to the judges that it was five-time Grammy winner Warwick.
“I’m just freaking out. I love you so much,” judge Nicole Scherzinger said.
Warwick appreciated the compliment and said she had “a ball” during her time on the show.
“It has been an absolute pleasure,” she continued. “I had the best time.”
Season 3, Week 4: The Elephant
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Tony Hawk
This episode was all about Group B, which included the Banana, Elephant, Frog, Kitty, Mouse and Taco. After the group of six gave their all on stage, the judges and the studio audience voted for their favorites and the Elephant got the least votes. Host Nick Cannon assisted the futuristic-looking mammal with removing their mask — and the audience and judges alike freaked out when they saw Hawk underneath.
“I appreciated your support,” the skateboarder, 51, said after performing a song from The Cure. “This was a totally new experience for me. I had one more song in me, but I didn’t want to go much further, so thank you for releasing me.”
Season 3, Week 3: Miss Monster
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Chaka Khan
During this week's Valentine's Day-themed episode, judges Robin Thicke and Nicole Scherzinger guessed that Miss Monster, who sang “You Don’t Own Me” by Lesley Gore, was legendary singer Khan — and they were right!
“I’ve just got to say, I have studied your voice so much. I’m so deeply inspired by you,” Scherzinger told the 10-time Grammy winner after her identity was revealed.
Khan joins Lil Wayne (Robot) and Drew Carey (Llama) in this season’s eliminated contestant pool so far, meaning Kangaroo, Turtle and White Tiger will form the Super 9 with the top three singers from Groups B and C.
Season 3, Week 2: The Llama
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Drew Carey
After the jaw-dropping season 3 premiere following the Super Bowl last week, the Masked Singer is officially back in its Wednesday night slot with your favorite judges: Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke.
This week, actor Jason Biggs joined as a guest judge while fans tried their best to guess who the Llama — the contestant who recieved the least votes after performing 'It's Not Unusual" by Tom Jones — could be. After the judges suggested Adam Carolla, Kelsey Grammer, Johnny Knoxville or Woody Harrelson, everyone was shocked to learn that the Llama was the Price Is Right host Carey.
“I love you to death,” Jeong told the actor-comedian once he revealed his identity. Biggs added that he’s admired the star for a “very, very, very long time.”
As for why Carey did the show, he explained, “The show looked like a lot of fun and I like having a goof and a lot of laughs, that’s why. This is a great show, man. I had a blast.”
Season 3, Week 1: The Robot
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Lil Wayne
The Fox competition returned after the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers during Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2, 2020, with six of the 18 new singers taking the stage in costume for the first time.
Competitors included a Kangaroo, White Tiger, Llama, Miss Monster, Robot and Turtle. The audience voted Robot as their least favorite performance of the night, making it time for the first unmasking of the season, which proved judge Nicole Scherzinger’s theory right when Lil Wayne was revealed under the Robot mask. The studio audience and panelists alike were in shock.
“He just made this show so much cooler, right?” host Nick Cannon said following the reveal.
When asked why he picked the robot costume, the rapper said and father of four explained, “My kids, man, my kids. My kids watch the show with me and [I] know they’re going to like the robot costume.”
Season 2, Season Finale: The Fox
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Wayne Brady
The remaining three contestants were revealed on Wednesday night (Dec. 18, 2019), but only one took home the title of the winner of season 2. The first to perform was the Fox, who incorporated an original rap into a cover of Otis Redding’s “Try a Little Tenderness.” Next, the Flamingo gave her all performing "Proud Mary" by Tina Turner. Then finally, the Rottweiler closed out the night with his rendition of "Alive" by Sia.
Once the performances were over, the studio audience and panelists voted for their favorite of the night and host Nick Cannon did the honors of announcing where each star placed in the competition.
The Flamingo turned out to be Adrienne Bailon, who said of her experience, "This has been life-changing. I never thought that I would love performing again. This has just been so crazy. I can’t thank you guys enough. It’s been the best thing I’ve ever done.”
The Rottweiler was Chris Daughtry, who shared: "I wanted to do something fun. I wanted to challenge myself. [I] saw last year T-Pain won, I was like, aw, I just want to do this. It looks like so much fun. I had no idea how challenging it was going to be. And my kids have no idea I’m doing this so I’m so pumped for them to see this.”
And the winner of season 2, the Fox, ended up being Brady.
“I wanted to tell you so much,” the host, actor and Broadway star told Cannon after his reveal.
“This has been the coolest, most amazing, most touching, most challenging weirdest, this is the weirdest — and I host Let’s Make a Deal,” said Brady, who denied earlier in the season to PEOPLE that he was Thingamajig. “But really, I’m going to take this with me forever.”
The Masked Singer will return to Fox after the Super Bowl in February. A commercial break during Wednesday’s finale teased four of the season 3 disguises: a Beverly Hills resident dressed as a mouse, a country star disguised as a robot, a celebrity underneath a banana outfit, and a female version of Monster from season 1.
Season 2, Week 9: The Thingamajig & The Leopard
Celebrities Behind the Mask: Victor Oladipo & Seal
This week's two-night special continued with fans saying goodbye to two favorites. The first to get unmasked was Thingamajig, who was revealed to be Indiana Pacers player Oladipo.
“It feels great,” the basketball star said. “It has been a rough year for me but to be able to come out here and put smiles on people’s faces and just do something fun for once and get away from the game has been awesome. It’s nothing but a blessing for me.”
Next up was the Leopard, who was revealed to be the "Kiss From a Rose" singer.
“It’s certainly one that I won’t forget, that’s for sure,” Seal said of his time on the show. “But it was a lot of fun and [I’m] kind of sad that it’s over.”
Season 2, Week 9: The Tree
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Ana Gasteyer
The actress and comedian had all of the judges fooled except Jenny McCarthy, who was right on the nose with her guess. Gasteyer even had judge Ken Jeong stumped, even though the two had appeared together in a live version of A Christmas Story on Fox in 2017.
“It wasn’t that long ago, Ken,” Gasteyer said after being unmasked.
“And I sang a major number!” she added.
Season 2, Week 8: The Butterfly
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Michelle Williams
Although many had suspected that Kelly Rowland was the Butterfly, it was Williams, her former Destiny's Child group member, who was underneath the mask.
“It was a beautiful experience,” Williams said of her time on the show. “Yes I’ve been on big stages, but for me personally, this was something for me to know like, ‘No, you got this!’ What a confidence builder.”
Season 2, Week 7: The Flower
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Patti LaBelle
Host Nick Cannon was sure he knew the Flower had to be the legendary singer, and she knew it too.
“I knew it!” Cannon said after helping LaBelle take off her mask. “I didn’t want to say anything. We all had the feeling.”
LaBelle shared how much she enjoyed her time on the show and credited season 1's Gladys Knight for inspiring her to stay true to herself during the competition.
“I loved it, I loved it," she said. "I didn’t change my voice, this is it. This what God gave me. When I heard Gladys Knight, I knew it was her and I knew when you first heard me Nick knew, you all knew and I knew that you knew.”
Season 2, Week 6: The Ladybug
Celebrity Behind the Mask: Kelly Osbourne
The actress and TV personality fooled the audience and judges alike with her fake Southern accent — but after the studio audience voted her as the least favorite performance of the night, they were shocked to discover Kelly Osbourne under the Ladybug mask.
"I heard the first word come out of my mouth. I was like, 'They’re going to know it’s me,'" Osbourne said of disguising her telltale accent after being unmasked. "And then this accent just came out and I had to do it the whole time and every single time inside this mask I’ve been dying laughing every time I have to speak."
Following her performance of 5 Seconds of Summer's "Youngblood," the judges guessed the Ladybug could be any number of female celebrities, from Paris Jackson to Lindsay Lohan, Nicki Minaj or Jamie Lynn Spears.
"It was really hard living with this secret but it was me behind the #Ladybug mask! Sorry to all my friends I lied to and thank you to everyone @maskedsingerfox for this incredible experience," Osbourne tweeted after the reveal, adding the hashtag, "IDoAGoodSouthernAccent."