In Wednesday’s show, Doll, Moose, and Scorpio competed for The Golden Mask, but only one undercover celebrity could move on to the next round. On Wednesday night, The Masked Singer took viewers back to the 1980s.
Young MC opened the show with his smash song “Bust a Move,” while judges Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger, and Robin Thicke joined in the fun as well as presenter Nick Cannon. During ’80s Night, three new undercover celebrities competed for the Golden Mask, with Doll taking the stage first.
Doll stated in their mystery package, “I was an oddball and when it came to a voice, forget about it; no one wanted to hear it.” The box also included a reference to being “expendable,” a house full of animals, a birdcage, hairspray, and a playbill.
Doll said, “I eventually came across other abandoned misfit dolls, and we formed our own gang. I was having a great time with my toy troupe when the man entered and tried to knock us out because he thought we were too odd.
Doll covered Simple Minds’ song “Don’t You (Forget About Me).” Erik Estrada, an actor, provided Doll with yet another hint. McCarthy raved over the CHiPs star before he even had a chance to introduce it.
McCarthy, 50, said to Estrada, 74, “I got a thing for guys that portray cops on TV, and you were the first.” I hung a poster of you on my bedroom wall back in the 1980s.
Estrada then provided a fresh hint: ghostwriter. Even while my movie career is terrifying, Doll stated, “my work with a multi-Grammy-winning musician still blows me away.”
Doll received predictions for KISS’s Gene Simmons, Sebastian Bach from Skid Row, and McCarthy’s husband Donnie Wahlberg, all of which she pointed out as being incorrect because Wahlberg was a member of New Kids on the Block and was seated in the crowd.
Scorpio then made their introduction. In her clue package, Scorpio stated, “There’s nothing more I adore than going over the top.” Other images included sports balls and a tailor. Scorpio talked about growing up in a tiny town and working in fast-food restaurants and pubs to make ends meet.
Ironically, she concluded, “After years of attempting to be other people, the key to my success was actually: just be yourself, even if that sometimes makes me the villain. Really, I don’t care if rumors about me calling people crazy.
“Girls Just Want to Have Fun” by Cyndi Lauper was given a Scorpion twist. Young MC, 55, had dancers perform The Sprinkler as an extra hint. Even though I seldom do it, Scorpio acknowledged how crucial watering your yard is.
Scorpio’s identity has been suggested as Kim Cattrall, Heidi Klum, Christine Quinn from Selling Sunset, Erika Jayne, Denise Richards, and Lisa Rinna from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Moose concluded the performance. Moose operated on a teddy bear and had a drink with supper in his clue package. Moose sported a letterman jacket, referred to himself as the “lord of your favorite program,” and sent Santa a present.
Thicke, 46, praised Moose’s rendition of Huey Lewis and the News “The Power of Love” and termed the performance “charming.” Another hint for Moose came from actress Charlene Tilton, who used the term “acceptance speech.”
Moose remarked, “I haven’t used any of those much.” “I have a few in the bottom of a sink in the trunk of my automobile.” For the role of Moose, the panel recommended the performers John Goodman, Jon Lovitz, Ed O’Neill, and George Wendt.
Moose’s appearance on the program was regrettably short-lived, as Cannon, 42, revealed that the studio audience chose the lumberjack as their favorite act of the evening with the fewest votes. The six-time Emmy-nominated Cheers alumnus Wendt, 75, emerged when Moose removed his disguise.
At the Battle Royale, Scorpio and Doll faced off against one another while reinterpreting “Hungry Like the Wolf” by Duran Duran. In order for Scorpio to divulge their identity, the judges decided to keep Doll in the competition. behind the fashionable scorpion costume? Quinn, a reality celebrity, is 34.