‘The Masked Singer’ Reveals the Identity of the Celebrity Behind the Swan

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As the coronavirus is gripping the nation, the one thing we have to look forward to is our weekly entertainment shows. The Masked Singer delivered a moment of escape as they unmasked yet another celebrity behind the mask.

In the latest episode, the battle between group C began. While the Bear (aka Sarah Palin) was eliminated last week, the Astronaut kicked things off for group C with a classic version of Stevie Wonder’s “Signed Sealed Delivered,” Night Angel came on strong with Lady Gaga’s “Million Reasons,” T-Rex kept it hip with Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It,” Swan took it away with Joan Jett’s “I Hate Myself for Loving You.” and Rhino came out hot with Niall Horan’s “Nice To Meet Ya.”

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While all the performances were good, it was the Swan that ended up with the least amount of votes to continue. It was time for the panelists to give their final guesses.

Robing Thicke guessed that the Swan was Nina Dobrev, Ken Jeong used the clues to guess Olivia Munn, Nicole Schersinger but her money behind Megan Foxx, guest panelist Joel McHale put his two cents in guessing it was Mila Kunis and Jenny McCarthy pulled up the rear with her guess of Kristen Stewart.

Fortunately or unfortunately, none of the panelists were correct. The Swan revealed herself to be actress and model Bella Thorne.

Bella starred with Ken Jeong in 2015’s teen comedy The DUFF, so he should recognized his co-star.

As to why Bella wanted to do the show? “Well, Ken was guessing me as the Flamingo last season and I retweeted that and that made me super excited, I started watching the show. I thought it was so amazing, so dope and I was like ‘let’s do that,'” she said. ” Getting in front of people really gets me super nervous, so this was really out of my comfort zone.”

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Ken went on to lavish the actress with praise. “You talk about being nervous. We did not see a trace of that in your performance, in your entrance,” Ken said. “Everything about it was just on point. I really thought you just did an amazing job.”

You can catch the next unmasking when The Masked Singer airs on Wednesday night on FOX.