In case you didn’t get your fill of greens on the Thanksgiving desk — and actually, who needs to waste treasured stomach actual property on inexperienced beans when there’s pie?! — this week’s particular version of The Masked Singer had you coated.
The Fox singing competitors’s Group C Finals featured the abilities of Mushroom and Broccoli, in addition to Jellyfish, within the run-up to the present’s Tremendous Six. The 2 performers remaining on the finish of the hour went on to hitch Solar, Popcorn, Crocodile and Seahorse for a run on the Golden Masks.
However who have been these elusive entertainers who received to stay round? Learn on as we recap the ep.
JELLYFISH | The various-tentacled singer’s efficiency of Dua Lipa’s “Don’t Start Now” was nice by way of pitch and tone, however didn’t it appear just a bit uneven? I stored wanting her to attach the musical phrases, and he or she stored… not doing that. This week marked Group C’s probability to have family and friends provide clues, so Jellyfish’s number-crunching sister confirmed as much as say that Jelly is the “rebel” of their “by-the-book family” however she’s additionally an overachiever. The on-stage clues this week got here out accompanied by platters of roast turkeys (oy), and Jellyfish’s was a message in a bottle that learn, “If you find this, you’ll know I’ve never performed on a stage quite like this before.” Different clues included: a fidget spinner, a golden stapler, x’s and o’s on a tic-tac-toe board, and the quantity 57714. (My guess: Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim.)
MUSHROOM | “I’m so grateful to have this kind of fun on stage again,” Mushroom advised us within the clue bundle, which rapidly tossed to a pal who’s a “government agent.” Clues included: a doll, Mushroom was class president, a 4.zero GPA, a bull, a boxing/wrestling ring and point out of Mushroom’s serving to “underprivileged youth.” The fungi’s efficiency of Katy Perry’s “Unconditionally” was actual good, although it did make me have severe second ideas about my earlier guess at Mushroom’s identification — as did the turkey clue, which was in an envelope marked “Do not open! Especially on TV!” and mentioned, “The name that I go by now was not my name when I first sprouted.” (My guess:
American Idol alum Adam Lambert I’ve no clue.)
BROCCOLI | Broccoli chosen a basic for this week’s efficiency, singing Bob Seger’s “Old Time Rock & Roll.” Two particular women in his life known as him “truly the ringmaster of our lives” and added that “he’s always been the greatest showman.” His turkey clue was a recipe card (“Do not put your broccoli In the microwave, which was invented after I was born,” he mentioned), whereas different clues included: a hockey masks, a moose head, beetles and cube. (My guess: singer/songwriter Paul Anka.)
THE SMACKDOWN | Broccoli sang Alabama’s “Take Me Down,” and Mushroom sang Donny Hathaway’s “A Song For You.” (P.S. The latter was SO good.)
THE UNMASKING | When Broccoli was unmasked, he was revealed to be Anka. (Hear what he needed to say about his lean, inexperienced, imply time on the present right here.)
Now it’s your flip. Have any of your guesses modified as we head into the Tremendous Six? Hit the feedback and tell us!