The Masked Singer Season 4 ‘Group C Playoffs’ Recap, Clues & Predictions


This week was Group C Play-Offs on The Masked Singer. Although Squiggly Monster went home, there were new clues for the three remaining competitors.

Fans of The Masked Singer took a much-needed break from the ongoing election to watch another kind of competition. Group C Play-Offs gave viewers one more reveal, and new clues to confirm or change predictions for the remaining competitors.

The November 4 episode started with a guest judge who came out and performed in costume as Mr. TV. He sang “Memories” by Maroon 5, and all the judges were completely convinced it was actor Jamie Foxx. It was a Fox, just not Jamie Foxx. When the mask was removed, Mr. TV was revealed to be Whose Line is it Anyway star Wayne Brady, who competed on The Masked Singer season two as Fox. The final four members of group C were all even better than last week. But as the show goes, one had to go home.

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Related: The Masked Singer: Squiggly Monster Revealed To Be Actor Bob Saget

Squiggly Monster sang the rock classic “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” by The Rolling Stones. His performance was a lot of fun, but not enough to keep him from losing his anonymity. The judges’ guesses tonight included The Good Place actor Ted Danson, Baywatch legend David Hasselhoff, and even former Vice President Al Gore. After learning Squiggly would be leaving, host Nick Cannon opened the judges’ sealed first impression guesses from group C’s first appearances. Shockingly, both Jenny and Robin initially said Bob Saget. Ken said Fabio, but changed his guess to Bob Saget as well. Guest judge Brady agreed. Nicole, whose first guess was one of the Ying Yang twins, changed hers to actor Gary Cole. Squiggly was, of course, Bob Saget, which we predicted after his first performance.

MUSHROOM

Song: “If I Could Turn Back Time” by Cher

Clues: This clue package was full of Mean Girl references, from a Burn Book to North Spore High School. The visual clues included a deer and the kangaroo costume from last season in the Burn Book. There was an egg and orange juice, along with three black beetles as Mushroom spoke of having been surrounded by strange food and customs. Santa Clause made an appearance, and Mushroom said he was a nerd and an outcast whose weirdness led him here. The genie clue was a brain. Mushroom said, “A mind is a terrible thing to waste but it makes for a pretty sweet clue.”

Judges’ Guesses: Donald Glover, Adam Lambert, Jaden Smith

Screen Rant Prediction: Jordan Fisher

BROCCOLI

Song: “Hello” by Lionel Richie

Clues: Broccoli talked about his success story. Visual clues included “Foodfellas,” Copacabana, the number 900, big cheese, a guitar, and the number 37265. There was also an anchor, a ham (or Canadian bacon), and pineapple pizza. He spoke of dinner with a legendary friend. His genie clue was a roulette wheel on black 26. His entire clue package had a mob boss in vegas kind of vibe.

Judges’ Guesses: Jason Alexander, Wayne Newton, Martin Short

Screen Rant Prediction: Paul Anka

JELLYFISH

Song: “Crazy” by Patsy Cline

Clues: Jellyfish said she’s normally competitive and her nerves got the best of her last week. Visual clues included a papa jellyfish with glasses, a projector, USS big bird, yoga, candle, cereal box, lightsaber, and a clock with 7:20 on it. She said she was normally the best at what she does, and that her parents sacrificed careers so she could follow her dreams. She thanked her father. Her genie clue was a tiger. She said you would earn your stripes if you figured out the clue.

Judges’ Guesses: Lana Condor, Halle Bailey, Sophia Richie, Jaime Lynn Spears

Screen Rant Prediction: Chloe Kim

Next: The Masked Singer Season 4: Who Is Serpent?

The Masked Singer airs Wednesdays at 8 pm ET on Fox.

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Updated: November 5, 2020 — 4:45 am

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