This week on The Masked Singer, Squiggly Monster was forced to remove his mask, revealing beloved actor and stand-up comedian Bob Saget.
This week on The Masked Singer, Squiggly Monster joined the ranks of the unmasked competitors. The Group C performer was forced to remove his mask, revealing actor and comedian Bob Saget.
The Group C competitors took the stage for the first time on the October 28 episode. Broccoli, Jellyfish, Mushroom, Squiggly Monster, and Lips all gave their premiere onstage appearance their best shot. But while Lips gave her all to her performance of “Native New Yorker” by Odyssey, she just wasn’t up to snuff when compared to her fellow masked celebrities. At the end of the evening, Lips was forced to remove her mask, revealing talk show host Wendy Williams. While Wendy did her best to hide her identity, most fans knew exactly who she was when she spoke during her song. Judges Jenny McCarthy and Nicole Scherzinger even named Wendy as the face underneath the mask before she officially revealed her identity.
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After Wendy’s departure from the show, the Group C performers again took the stage on this week’s November 4 episode. Broccoli, Jellyfish, Mushroom, and Squiggly Monster all gave their second stunning performance. But sadly, Squiggly Monster followed in Wendy’s footsteps and made his exit from the competition. His performance of “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” by The Rolling Stones wasn’t enough to make him stand out from his competitors. He removed his mask, revealing Bob Saget, which Screen Rant correctly predicted after last week’s performance. But that wasn’t the only big reveal of the night. When the episode began, a new guest judge came out onstage. Dressed as Mr. TV, the unknown addition to the judges’ panel sang “Memories” by Maroon 5. The judges initially thought it was Jamie Foxx under the mask, but he unveiled himself to be Wayne Brady, the winner of The Masked Singer season two.
Saget opened up about his time competing on The Masked Singer to Variety, saying he understood why he was going home. “I wanted to keep going,” he explained. “I deserved it. But my voice cracked a bit and, look, the audience voted. And I’m one of those people that accepts the result when people say ‘you know, you’re not coming back.‘” Saget also said he was relieved to be performing again after a long hiatus due to COVID-19, but lamented the difficulty of keeping his appearance on the show quiet. “I’ve got a big trap, I talk incessantly,” he said. “A close few sign a NDA, and they can’t tell a soul either. My wife couldn’t tell her family. One of my daughters, I told, but I didn’t tell the other two. It’s all done like the CIA.”
Although Saget left the competition, there are still plenty more celebrities battling it out for the win. Along with Mushroom, Jellyfish, and Broccoli, Group A and Group B performers Whatchamacallit, Serpent, Seahorse, Crocodile, Sun, Popcorn, and Snow Owls are all preparing for their next big song. Fans will have to tune into future episodes to see which performer removes their mask next.
Next: The Masked Singer Season 4: Who Is Whatchamacallit?
The Masked Singer airs Wednesdays at 8 pm ET on Fox.
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