‘The Masked Singer’ Reveals Season 7 Champion

Another season of The Masked Singer has come to an end, and another involved vocalist has been crowned.

The Conclusion Although the show lasted only an hour, it featured five standout performances, two knockout rounds and three upsets. The Prince took the stage first, giving a spirited rendition of Coldplay’s “Viva La Vida,” followed by Firefly, who performed Usher’s “Bad Girl,” and Ringmaster, who finished the first round with Sara Bareilles’ “Gravity.”

In this season’s finales, the show chose to approach things a little differently than previous seasons. Bringing two different rounds and therefore two different eliminations. The Prince was the first to be eliminated, which was a really horrible experience. Before the reveal, Robin Thicke predicted Ricky Martin as the amphibian royalty, while Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg cast Ben Platt.

It was another blue-eyed brunette with an excellent jawline, actor/singer (and Bomer’s American Horror Story co-star) Cheyenne Jackson, who gracefully approached Matt Bomer. Only Nicole Scherzinger was right in the end. It was revealed to be Jackson, and it’s a shame the show didn’t have the Golden Ear Trophy for the judges this season, as Scherzinger would have won it.

The host informs the panelists that the candidate is “pretty excited” on stage

After the performance, host Nick Cannon informs the panelists that the candidate is “very excited” on stage. Before leaving the stage, he squeezes Cannon.

Ringmaster finished things off on a lighter note with a spirited rendition of Katy Perry’s “Waking Up in Vegas.” However, when it came time to vote, the powerhouse vocalist’s performance was not enough and Firefly was declared the winner. The radiant candidate was definitely taken aback by the news. Cannon says, “She feels so good,” as she audibly chokes up.

The runner-up was unmasked first, as usual, before finally being discovered. The panelists’ guesses were by far the poorest of the night, and none of them were right. Thicke picked Maren Morris, Scherzinger picked Lucy Hale, Jeong kept his previous pick of Hailee Steinfeld and McCarthy-Wahlberg picked Hayden Panettiere from left field. The circus kitty turned out to be Hayley Orrantia, star of The Goldbergs and singer.

The panelists fared much better with the last announcement of the night.

Monica was chosen by Scherzinger, and Alicia Keys was chosen by Jeong, but it was McCarthy-Wahlberg and Thicke who ultimately got it right by choosing R&B singer-songwriter, actress and model Teyana Taylor.

And with that, another season of this bizarre celebrity singing competition comes to an end. Get your magnifying glasses and search engines ready for Season 8 of The Masked Singer, which premieres on Fox this fall.

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