All The Unmasked Celebrities From “The Masked Singer”

Last night, weeks of guesses and batshit performances on Fox’s The Masked Singer came to a THRILLING end. We finally found out the identities of Monster, Peacock, and Bee

1.

Antonio Brown was Hippo


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: The $10,000 check representing the fine he got for dancing in the end zone.

2.

Tommy Chong was Pineapple


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: All of the weed references, of course!

3.

Terry Bradshaw was Deer


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: That he’d been “knocked down many times” and when he refused to answer the question of if he ever played in the NFL. There was also something just very “Terry Bradshaw” about the way he walked, danced, and moved around the stage. Oh, and his height!

4.

Margaret Cho was Poodle


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: When she revealed her ties to San Francisco and the LGBT community, and when she said “I’m here for your honor.”

5.

Tori Spelling was Unicorn


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: When she said she was born and raised in Beverly Hills and said “I’m feeling vicTORIous.” Also, I knew it was a lock when she showed her five baby unicorns — the number of children she shares with her husband Dean!

6.

Ricki Lake was Raven


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: When she said “no one talks more than me” and brought out her Emmy award as a clue.

7.

La Toya Jackson was Alien


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: When she said that “anonymity is a completely alien concept” to her family and that she likes snakes.

8.

Rumer Wills was Lion


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: When she called herself “Hollywood royalty” (which, yup!) and alluded to her sisters by saying “in my pride, there are lots of women.”

9.

Joey Fatone was Rabbit


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: Any NSYNC fan could tell you on the first night that he was paying homage to the band’s “I Drive Myself Crazy” music video with his straight-jacket and head twitch. Oh, and his singing voice sounded exactly like Joey’s.

10.

Gladys Knight was Bee


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: That her singing career began in the 1950s and when she said “It makes me feel like I’m every bee — it’s all in me” (a nod to “I’m Every Woman”).

11.

Donny Osmond was Peacock


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: When he said “It’s probably been a while since your mother had a poster of me on her bedroom wall” OR when he said “I have dedicated my life to show business.” Also, all of the Las Vegas imagery really nailed it down (in my opinion).

And now for the winner…

12.

T-Pain was Monster!


Fox

Biggest clue revealed: His ties to New York and the South, as well has when he said he likes to “make it rain.” But to me, the biggest giveaway was his actual singing voice… fans of T-Pain already know the man’s a gifted singer!!!

CONGRATS, T-PAIN!!! ✨

22 Jonas Brothers Bops Everyone Should Listen To Now They're Reuniting

That’s right — the most iconic legends in the history of iconic legends are releasing their first single in six years, “Sucker”, at midnight EST tonight.


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They’ll also be appearing on James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” during a special “Jonas Week” on the Late Late Show.

So, to celebrate this extremely important moment in time, here are some songs from the Jonas Brothers’ back catalog that we should ~all~ be listening to.

1.

“BB Good”

Album: A Little Bit Longer

This song has one of those simultaneously embarrassing and iconic moments where Joe talks into the microphone, and as a result, it goes on this list.

2.

“Before The Storm” (ft. Miley Cyrus)

Album: Lines, Vines, and Trying Times

This was a big moment in the adolescence of every Niley shipper. They’re both married to different people now, but we can still appreciate the vocals.

3.

“Burnin’ Up”


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Album: A Little Bit Longer

This was obviously going to be here. Moving on.

4.

“Can’t Have You”

Album: A Little Bit Longer

This was my favourite Jonas Brothers song when I was 15 years old and thought I was going through it. It turns out 15-year-old me had good taste.

5.

“Fly With Me”


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Album: Lines, Vines, and Trying Times

If you didn’t think Nick was a literary genius for referencing Peter Pan in this song, you’re lying to yourself. Also, that high note!

6.

“Goodnight and Goodbye”

Album: Jonas Brothers

The piano at the beginning of this song alone is better than anything Mozart ever wrote. It probably should’ve won a Pulitzer Prize.

7.

“Got Me Going Crazy”

Album: A Little Bit Longer

You can still go the fuck off to this drum beat ten years later. I won’t hear anything against any song on ALBL, but this is one of the best.

8.

“Hold On”


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Album: Jonas Brothers

This is the song that made a lot of us fall in love with the Jonas Brothers, because they played the music video on Disney Channel in between episodes of Hannah Montana and Wizards of Waverly Place.

9.

“Hollywood”

Album: Jonas Brothers

When I was a teenager, I thought this very obvious shade against the Jonas Brothers’ old record label was the most badass thing I’d ever heard. I still kind of do.

10.

“I’m Gonna Getcha Good”


Walt Disney Studios

Album: The 3D Concert Experience

It’s the Jonas Brothers covering Shania Twain, and therefore it’s incredible.

11.

“Inseparable”

Album: Jonas Brothers

This is, to this day, my favourite Jonas Brothers song, and I still want Joe to sing the lyrics directly at me even though he’s getting married and I’m 24 years old.

12.

“Lovebug”


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Album: A Little Bit Longer

Again, duh.

13.

“Much Better”

Album: Lines, Vines, and Trying Times

When Joe Jonas dumped Taylor Swift for Camilla Belle, he wrote this song, which included the lyric “now I’m done with superstars and all the tears on her guitar”. Then Taylor wrote a song, “Better Than Revenge”, which included the lyric “tell me how much better you are”. I still live for that.

14.

“On The Line” (ft. Demi Lovato)

Album: Don’t Forget

OK, this is technically a Demi Lovato song that features the Jonas Brothers, but it was my number one most played song on iTunes for years and therefore has to go here.

15.

“Play My Music”


Disney Channel

Album: Camp Rock

An underrated bop from an underrated classic movie, Camp Rock!

16.

“Poison Ivy”

Album: Lines, Vines, and Trying Times

A whole generation of teenage girls collectively fainted when Joe Jonas almost-kind-of-hinted-at the word “bitch” in this song.

17.

“Pushin’ Me Away”

Album: A Little Bit Longer

Like most of the songs on A Little Bit Longer, this song goes off. Nothing but respect for my (album) president.

18.

“SOS”


Hollywood Records

Album: Jonas Brothers

O-B-V-I-O-U-S-L-Y.

19.

“Still In Love With You”

Album: Jonas Brothers

I have nothing to say other than that this is a pure bop.

20.

“That’s Just The Way We Roll”

Album: Jonas Brothers

The lyric “there’s a whale in the pool with my mother” should’ve won ten Grammys.

21.

“Video Girl”

Album: A Little Bit Longer

I can’t tell you how long “O-M-G, did you hear I’m dating a Jonas Brother? It’s sooo hoooottttt!” was my MSN away message.

22.

“When You Look Me In The Eyes”


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Album: Jonas Brothers

If you didn’t think this was the most romantic song you’d ever heard in 2007, you’re lying to yourself and to me.