'The Masked Singer' Fans Are Flooding Twitter With Identity Theories: See the Best Guesses
Were you one of the 9.4 million people Fox's The Masked Singer premiered Wednesday night (Jan. 2) garnered an impressive 9.4 million viewers, and the Twittersphere is already buzzing about TV's newest singing competition.
The show, hosted by Nick Cannon, follows 12 celebrities from different lines of the entertainment industry, as they come up with their own extravagant costume to sing for judges Robin Thicke, Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy and Nicole Scherzinger. The judges then have to guess who's behind each mask.
In the premiere, six celebrities took the stage, and the "Hippo" was revealed to be football player Antonio Brown. Five more characters remain: The Monster, the Peacock, the Deer, the Lion and the Unicorn. Fans have stormed Twitter to try to guess who's behind the remaining masks. See below for some of the best theories.
The singer who decided to take on the role of the monster because the world labeled him so took the stage to perform Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now."
This Vegas-themed bird says he's been a performer since age 5 and was close friends with Michael Jackson. He performed "The Greatest Show" from The Greatest Showman.
The 6'3" animal chose to sing Imagine Dragon's "Thunder," and he opted to "take the fifth" when the judges asked if he played in the NFL.
The clues boasted her as "Hollywood royalty" with a lot of other women in her pride, and she chose Fergie's "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody" as her showstopping tune.
Taking on Rachel Platten's "Fight Song," the Unicorn's clues represented her as someone who always was told she isn't good enough. She was also born in Beverly Hills.
Yup, now I’m convinced, #theunicorn is Tori Spelling!!— Sarah -- (@moonrayvin) January 3, 2019