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The Masked Singer Spoilers: Who Is The Rabbit?

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The Masked Singer Spoilers: Who Is The Rabbit?

The Masked Singer spoilers! The show of the moment is The Masked Singer, a new celebrity talent competition on Fox. The premise of the competition 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 judges, including Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke, all watch the performances and have to guess the identities of the singer. They have to analyze performance styles and clues the each singer drops about their personality and career.

So far, five singers have been unmasked. Judges thought they were going to see Shaqille O’Neill when the Hippo’s mask came off but it was 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 McCarthy knew better: she figured out that it was Tommy Chong on stage. 

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. When it was the Poodle's turn to unmask itself, the judges were all way off guessing from Kathy Griffin to Jillian Michaels. But they discovered that it was Margret Cho. 

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

Who is the Rabbit on The Masked SingerWe don’t know who will be revealed next but fans are already making guesses. And in the mean time, you can check out our best guesses about the Unicorn, the Raven, and the Monster.

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1. Clues

In the Rabbit’s video, he claims to have spent most of his life onstage, leading judges to assume he’s been performing since he was young. He also dropped hints that he was in a singing group, saying he wasn’t alone when he performed, and that his speciality is “synchronized singing.”

In episode four, he talks about working at an amusement park, showing images of a merry-go-round in Coney Island. However, it wasn't always an easy life. He felt comfortable being in a group, but it never allowed him to be his true self. He is excited to cook up another performance because it will allow him to show that he can be the main attraction.

At the end, Nicole asked if they have ever toured together. He says that there have been too many to remember, hinting at yes. 

2. Judge guesses

The judges had some guesses about who the Rabbit could be, with Nicole Scherzinger wondering if it could be Criss Angel. Ken Jeong went with Jake Gyllenhaal, Lance Bass or Justin Timberlake. Robin Thicke guessed Joey Fatone.

During the latest performance, the judges noticed a twang in his voice and from the clues Jenny thinks he could be someone from the show Master Chef. However, Robin and Nicole disagree with Jenny and still believes he is a seasoned ex-boyband member. 

Check out the Rabbit's latest performance of Avicii"s "Wake Me Up."

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3. Other guesses

Fans are certain that the rabbit is a former (or current) member of a boy band and rumors all reflect that. Popular guesses include Joey Fatone, A.J. McLean, J.C. Chasez and Nick Carter.

4. Best guess

If fans were betting money on the Rabbit’s identity, Joey Fatone would be the safe bet. The word “synchronized” suggests a member of N’Sync. He also dropped a clue when he said, “The last man standing is gonna be me,” possible referring to the band’s hit “It’s Gonna Be Me”.

Do you think the Rabbit is Joey Fatone?

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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.