‘The Masked Singer’ Recap: The Mouse Is Unmasked To Be Legendary Superstar

The New Episode Of The Hit FOX Singing Competition Series Features Performances By Group B That Is Made Of The Mouse, The Banana, The Frog, The Taco And The Kitty.

“The Masked Singer” returned with a new episode on Wednesday, February 26. The episode featured performances by Group B that was made of the Mouse, the Banana, the Frog, the Taco and the Kitty.

Kicking off the night was the Banana, who sang Billy Ray Cyrus classic “Achy Breaky Heart”. He gave the panelists, Ken Jeong, Robin Thicke, Nicole Scherzinger and Jenny McCarthy, clues by saying that his favorite subject in school was art. That prompted the panelists to think that the Banana might be Larry the Cable Guy, Ed Helms or Billy Bob Thornton.

The next performer was the Mouse. She, who said that ‘stage is like my second home,’ performed “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)” by Natalie Cole. The guesses included Tina Turner and Ellis Ross with Robin being convinced that the Mouse was Dionne Warwick because of the gold clues in the clue packages.

The Frog then hit the stage to perform a rather weird arrangement of 50 Cent’s “In Da Club”. His clue package included more Prince references, a basketball and toy soldiers. The panel guessed that Frog could be Alfonso Ribeiro, Kevin Hart or Omarion. Later, the Taco offered a performance of “Bossa Nova Baby” by Elvis Presley. The guesses for the Taco included Harry Connick Jr., Seth MacFarlane, Ted Danson or Alec Baldwin.

The Kitty, meanwhile, blew everyone’s mind with a performance of Brett Young’s “Mercy”. Her voice, which was strong yet tender at the same time, successfully captivated people’s hearts. As for the guesses, the panelists threw out names like Millie Bobby Brown, Amanda Seyfried or Sarah Hyland.

It was later revealed that the Mouse received the lowest voting and had to be unmasked. For the final guess, Robin, Nicole and Jenny all agreed that she might be Dionne while Ken guessed Tina Turner. It was then revealed that the Mouse was indeed Dionne Warwick!