“I never guess right,” actor Ken Jeong happily said on the latest episode of The Masked Singer.
The shows are some of the weirdest TV shows in America today, but they’re also surprisingly popular. The show’s ninth season premiered on FOX on Feb. 15, and the judges include singer Nicole Scherzinger, singer Robin Thicke and actress Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg, along with Jeong. The presenter is actor and rapper Nick Cannon.
The series revolves around celebrities competing in different songs wearing masks, which are often works of art. Judges guess who’s behind the fakes and the audience chooses which contestant takes off the mask in each episode. In the end, we emerge victorious.
In the second episode, two newcomers took the stage, Night Owl and Rock Lobster. The show’s theme was the music of Swedish band ABBA, and the contestant who walked away on his own after the first episode started the game recording the song Dancing Queen. Was the person in the guise of Medusa.
The nightingale was next on stage with the song Fernando and said the person topped the charts at just 17 and paved the way for singers like Judge Scherzinger, Britney and Christina Aguilera. After a few more clues, it was clear that the guesses that the person was Paula Abdul, Belinda Carlisle, Debbie Gibson and Kylie Minogue were all wrong.
The rocker then took to the stage last with the song SOS and said he had been doing film and TV since he was a kid and said he couldn’t believe 10 million people were watching him dance every day for 15 seconds. “I feel like a princess in a fairy tale.” Actor Martin Short, comedian Howie Mandel and others have been guessed.
In the end, Rokkhumar got the fewest points and had to remove his mask. It turned out to be comedian Howie Mandel, whom Jeong had guessed. “I never guess right,” Jeong said, without bragging and jumping on the judge’s table.
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