The Masked Singer premiered yesterday and viewers eagerly started guessing who the celebrities are behind the costumes.
The peacock in particular caused lots of discussion on Twitter, as viewers had a feeling who was behind the mask.
If you want to guess for yourself, check out the performance below before scrolling through to see people’s guesses.
We don’t know for certain who is behind the mask, but people seem to think that one particular male performer is behind the peacock.
If you recognize the voice, then you may think the same thing as many Twitter users. Many believe that the man behind the peacock mask is Donny Osmond.
So, if Donny Osmond is the Peacock, then this will be the second time he has anonymously reminded the world of his profound talent. When do we give him his props? What else does he have to do? @MattMitovich @MichaelAusiello #TheMaskedSinger
— Angela Snider (@Cookbookaholic) January 3, 2019
— sabrina cope (@sabrina_cope) January 3, 2019
I think the peacock is Donnie Osmond. My guess for the unicorn is Nicole Richie. #TheMaskedSinger
— sassydubs (@sassydubs) January 3, 2019
#TheMaskedSinger my guesses so far:
Peacock: Copperfield or Donnie Osmond
Hippo: Antonio brown
Unicorn: Paris Hilton (but tori spelling is a good guess and I think I'm leaning that way now 🤣)
Deer: Peyton Manning…I'd almost put money on it.
Lion: I'm th…
— Marvin Martinez (@marvin_mtz) January 3, 2019
The peacock mask performer is moving on in the competition, so fans will have to wait until the reveal to see if this is indeed who they think it is. Other guesses include David Copperfield, Jack Black, Neil Diamond, and David Hasselhoff.
The Masked Singer debuted last night and includes a total of 12 celebrities competing for the win.
The first six celebrities introduced were the peacock, a hippo, a monster, a unicorn, a deer and a lion.
The first one unmasked was the hippo, who was identified as being NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown. The rest are all still to be determined.
Monsters and Critics told yesterday how the “masked singer” reality television concept has already taken off in Asia, and was previously an idea dreamt up by a Vine star.
The Masked Singer airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on FOX. You can catch a special encore presentation of the first episode on Saturday, January 5 at 9/8c on FOX.
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