‘The Masked Singer’: Singer Cisco unmasked as the Lizard in ‘Shower Anthems Night’ (recapped)

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'The Masked Singer': Singer Cisco unmasked as the Lizard in 'Shower Anthems Night' (recapped)

*Caution: spoilers ahead!

masked singer The good times continued on Wednesday with the return of some fan-favorite contestants for the Group C finals in Season 11 – and they all tried their best to secure their place in the ongoing race for the Golden Mask trophy, as The episode featured a double elimination!

Meanwhile, the show Panel of celebrity “spies” — which includes Robin Thicke, Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy and newcomer Rita Ora — tried their best to figure out the secret identities of the costumed contestants with some help. host nick cannon,

In this week’s “Shower Anthems Night”, all the characters from Poodle Moth, The Clock, and The Lizard faced off in a musical showdown, before a costumed singer had to “Take it off!”

The Clocks were the first women to take the stage, and once again, they brought out the big guns with their diva-quality voices for a show-stopping performance of Aretha Franklin’s iconic tune “Respect.”

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Thicke declared, “That performance was so much fun! There was no shower in that performance for months.” “You brought down the house!”

“This is the Group C final and this is your best performance ever,” Jeong said. “You have reached the peak at the right time.”

The Lizard took to the stage once again, and came out swinging with one of their most unexpected performances to date, belting out some soulful, lyrical vocals for a riveting performance of “Bring Me to Life” by Evanescence.

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“I mean, it blew my mind,” Ora said, surprised. “I didn’t expect you to come up with a song like this. But you still gave it your own flow. It was amazing. It was still you.”

“I love the fact that you made it your own,” Jeong shared. “You elevated it and you put your stamp on it. And that’s why you are who you are. You’re a legend.”

The third and final performance of the night also proved to be one of the most emotional, as The Poodle Moth took the stage and touched the hearts of all panelists with their powerful rendition of “The House That Built Me” by Miranda Lambert.

Ora gushed, “I think Poodle Moth, you have one of the biggest hearts in this entire show.” “It was adorable and so touching. I don’t know, I think every time you come on this stage I’m just so excited to see you, so thank you.”

Meanwhile, Thicke said, “This performance brings us all back to a time when we thought anything was possible and there was love and warmth in our homes and hearts. And that was a beautiful feeling.

After The Poodle Moth’s performance, it was time for the audience to vote, and two contestants were on the chopping block. Then, after all the votes were counted, the first contestant to get the ax was The Lizard.

Once the panelists made their final guesses (only Ora got her guess correct), the Lizard unmasked and revealed himself to be Cisco!

When asked why he chose to be a part of the show, Cisco shared, “You know, my family loves this show. And whenever we watched a season, everyone would always say, ‘Hey, It must be Cisco!’ So, when I got the chance to do it, I took it and it’s been really fun.”

Sisqo then proved why he is still an icon with a lively, unabashed performance of “Thong Song” that delighted the audience.

Ultimately, the episode turned into a battle royale between The Clock and The Poodle Moth – two undeniably amazing singers who both performed flawlessly.

For their battle royal, both artists performed “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” written by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell and both versions were show-stopping covers, making it almost impossible to choose.

However, the choice was urgent and after much deliberation, the panel gave The Clock the win, meaning it was time to unmask the Poodle Moth – or it would have been if Ora surprised (and delighted) everyone by ringing the bell. Would not have done. Ding Dong Keep It On Bell,” meaning that Poodle Moth was saved from elimination and got to stay in the game for at least one more week.

masked singer Airs Wednesdays at 8PM ET/PT on FOX.

Check out the gallery below to see Every contestant who has ever had to “take it off” Throughout the history of the show!

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