The latest episode of "The Masked Singer" turned up the volume with a rock & roll themed "I Wanna Rock" episode. The stage was graced by special guest stars Kelly Osbourne and Bret Michaels, fully immersing viewers in the rock royalty ambience. The night reached a crescendo with a shocking double elimination of two beloved contestants.
The evening began with the Group B finalists, Husky, Tiki, and Sea Queen, offering their unique renditions of classic rock anthems. Tiki rocked out to Kiss' "I Was Made for Lovin' You," Husky gave a soulful performance of Bon Jovi's "Always," while Sea Queen served a heartfelt cover of Mr. Big's "To Be With You." However, with it being a group final, two contestants were destined for departure.
The first elimination sent shockwaves as Husky, the show's darling, was unmasked. Panelists Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke accurately identified him as Grammy-nominated R&B singer Ginuwine. Husky bade adieu to the show with a rendition of his famous hit "Pony."
With Husky's exit, Tiki and Sea Queen faced off in the Battle Royale, where both delivered renditions of Poison's "Nothin' But a Good Time" to secure a spot in the finale. In a surprising turn, Tiki, who many considered the true rocker of the season, was eliminated. Underneath the Tiki mask was none other than Sebastian Bach, the Skid Row rocker, actor, and Broadway performer.
The episode concluded with Sea Queen earning a spot in the finale, where she will contend against the Group A champion and the semi-final winner in the forthcoming episodes. The panelists' guesses for the night were wide-ranging, with Ken Jeong guessing Jon Bon Jovi, Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg picking Adam Lambert, Robin Thicke choosing Perry Farrell, while Nicole Scherzinger was right on the money with Sebastian Bach.
As the show advances, fans are on tenterhooks for the Group C finals, which will eliminate two more contestants and reveal the season's last finalist. "The Masked Singer" continues to delight and surprise viewers with its distinctive concept and celebrity-filled performances.
The rock-themed episode of "The Masked Singer" truly rocked viewers with both excitement and shock through a double elimination. The unmasking of Husky as Ginuwine and Tiki as Sebastian Bach further amplified the show's star-studded contestant list. As the finale nears, fans are enthralled, eagerly anticipating the thrilling competition's next phase.