The Masked Singer Spoilers: Who Is The Poodle?

Fans are trying to guess who the Masked Singers are. Who is the Poodle?

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The Masked Singer spoilers! Everyone is talking about The Masked Singer, a new celebrity talent competition on Fox. The twist on this is that everyone performs with their faces hidden by elaborate masks. Well, elaborate costumes. The performers all look like wild sports mascots who can sing.

The five judge panel, featuring Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke, all watch the performances try to figure out the identities of the singers. Their guesses are based on performance styles and clues the each singer drops about their personality and career.


Five singers have been unmasked so far. Judges thought they were going to see Shaqille O’Neill when the Hippo’s mask came off but it was Pittsburg Steeler’s receiver Antonio Brown instead. When it came time for the Pineapple to show his face, the popular guess was Jim Carrey. But Carrey’s ex Jenny McCarhy knew better: she figured out it was Tommy Chong of Cheech and Chong on stage. 

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For the Deer, at first, the judges had mixed guesses, until Robin noticed how the Deer laughed with his shoulders saying how it was very specific to Terry Bradshaw's laughing style — which he ended up guessing correctly.


And last week, Ken Jeong correctly guessed that the Unicorn was none other than Beverly Hills 90210 alum Tori Spelling.

Who is the Poodle on The Masked Singer? Well, the answered has been revealed! Read below to see if you can guess who it is before finding out the celebrity behind the mask!

We don’t know who will be revealed next but fans are already making guesses. And in the mean time, you can find our guess on the Rabbitthe Unicornthe Alien, and the Raven.

1. Clues

In the Poodle’s video, she talks about coming from a musical family in San Francisco. She says she's always been outspoken and pursued non-musical creative outlets.


She then says, “It's time I return to my musical roots to show the world a side of me it's never seen before. To figure me out, you're gonna have to work.”

In episode four, she revealed that she loves being anonymous. When she has new material, she always turns to her friends. And she has been fired multiple times.

2. Judge guesses

The judges had a few ideas about who the Poolde might be. Jenny McCarthy guessed RuPaul, Ali Wong or Richard Simmons. Nicole Scherzinger guessed Ruth Bader Ginsburg.


After her performance and video package, the judges were for sure that she was a comedian. Jenny threw a left field suggesting it could be Jillian Michaels. However, Robin and Jenny picked up on words like "verdict" and "justice" joking it could be Kellyanne Conway. For a final guess, Jenny decided on Kathy Griffin, since she has been fired multiple times.

Watch the final performance of Poodle singing "Time After Time" by Cyndi Lauper.

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3. Other guesses

The internet is siding with Jenny McCarthy on this one, and fans are considering RuPual or Ali Wong as the person under the Poodle mask. Others think it could be Bay Area native Suzanne Somers. 

4. Best guess

The top internet guess was comedienne Margaret Cho. The stand-up comic is famously from San Francisco, and has based her career on being outspoken and unafraid.

A couple of the hints she drops seem to point to LGBTQA advocacy, and Cho is well known for promoting rights for LGBTQA folks. She's also released music in the past and the voice seems like a good match. 

Do you think the Poodle is Margaret Cho?


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5. The reveal



She's no stranger to the stage! Did you guess @margaret_cho correctly? #TheMaskedSinger

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If you guessed it, it's Margret Cho! Did you guess correctly?


Rebekah Kuschmider has been writing about celebrities, pop culture, entertainment, and politics since 2010. Her work has been seen at Ravishly, Babble, Scary Mommy, The Mid, Redbook online, and The Broad Side. She is the creator of the blog Stay at Home Pundit and she is a cohost of the weekly podcast The More Perfect Union.