Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Tonight’s Finale of ‘The Masked Singer’

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Tonight’s Finale of ‘The Masked Singer’

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It’s finally here. On Wednesday (Feb. 27,) the two-hour finale of the wildly addictive show The Masked Singer will take place, and finally we will know the true identities of the remaining three finalists.

And while much has been said about the somewhat wacky premise of the show that puts celebrities in costumes so we can watch them sing, the fact is that the show has been quite the hit.

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So, what’s in store during the finale of the FOX music competition show? Well, it looks to be emotional, as a preview for the finale shows judges such as Jenny McCarthy and Nicole Scherzinger in tears as, one by one, the true identities of the “Peacock”, “Monster” and “Bee” are revealed.

“I love each and everyone of you,” the “Bee” is seen telling the studio audience in the finale preview of the show, which so far has unmasked a total of twelve celebrities such as Tori Spelling, Terry Bradshaw and Joey Fatone.

What we do know is the hippo was Pittsburgh Steeler Antonio Brown, the pineapple was revealed to be Tommy Chong, the deer was Terry Bradshaw, the poodle was Margaret Cho, the unicorn was Tori Spelling, the raven was Ricki Lake, the alien was Latoya Jackson, The Rabbitt was Joey Fatone and the Lion was Rumer Willis.

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And yes, there will be a champion at the end of all this. And while rumors are flying as to who that champion actually is, try to resist reading the spoilers. Unlike some of the heavy and rage-filled shows and events occurring in the world right about now, this show is pure fun.

Sit back and enjoy. The Masked Singer finale airs Wednesday, Feb. 27 on FOX at 8pm ET/7pm CT.

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