The Masked Singer Spoilers: Who Is The Monster?

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The Masked Singer Spoilers: Who Is The Monster?

The Masked Singer spoilers! The countdown is on for the next reveal on 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 judges, Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke, all watch the performances and have to guess the identities of the singer. They’re working off performance styles and clues the each singer drops about their personality and career.

Four 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 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 all along!

Who is the Monster? We don’t know who will be revealed next, but fans are already making guesses. In the mean time, check out our guesses about the Rabbit, the Unicorn, the Poodle, the Alienthe Raven, the Bee, and the Peacock.


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1. Clues

The clue video for the Monster says he has always been misunderstood. He references being ready for change by saying he’s ready to "rewrite my mixtape to prove that I’m more than just puff and fluff.” He talks about taking time out of the spotlight and some viewers caught that the video contains a guy drinking what looks like an energy drink.

In the most recent episode, we discovered how being in the bottom three affected him. During that time, he says he took a drive to the south all the way to New York City in a red convertible. After his road trip, he said "he is now in the swing of things" while watching money rain in Times Square. He reveals to the judges that he "likes to keep his head in the game."

2. Judge guesses

The judges suggested a variety of musical bad boys. Nicole Scherzinger thought it might be Gucci Mane while Jenny McCarthy brought up Diddy. Ken Jeong wondered if it could be Justin Bieber. 

With the most recent clues, Robin believes it could be retired New York Yankees baseball player Derek Jeter. Nicole, on the other hand, disagrees, believing it could be a comedian due to his humerous dance moves. 

Check out the Monster's latest perfomance of Gavind DeGraw's "I Don't Wanna Be."


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3. Other guesses

Fans have a bunch of theories, some of which seem pretty implausibe, including R. Kelly. Other ideas were CeeLo Green, Jamie Foxx or Kenan Thompson.

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4. Best guess

The top guess right now is T. Pain. The Monster told the judges that not everyone considers him a professional singer. This jibes with the criticism leveled against T-Pain for his heavy use of auto-tune.

Another reason it could be him is because, back in August 2018, he was questioned for showing up to Atlanta International Airport with a loaded handgun, suggesting that he received criticism from people and was called a monster for his act. He might be showing up under the Monster mask to prove he can sing without auto-tune.

Do you think the Monster is T-Pain?



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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.