brake alert: Don’t read in advance if you haven’t watched Season 7, Episode 3, ofmasked singer“The Double Unmasking – Round 1 Finals,” which aired March 23 on Fox.
Nope, the reveal of the mask we all dread didn’t happen in the third week of “The Masked Singer,” where two celebrities exited the show in a double elimination. The company came out this week with the star of “Lost” and “Hawaii Five-0.” Jorge Garciawho played the role of Cyclops, interfered with the Philadelphia Eagles Jordan Mailatarevealed as Thingamabob.
Garcia, as Cyclops (from “Team Bad”), ended his career after a rousing performance of Irene Cara’s Flashdance (What a Feeling) song, while Mailata as Thingamabob (from “Team Cuddly”) sang “Classic,” by MKTO. None of the show’s participants guessed.
“I wouldn’t call myself a great singer, but I feel like I’m good at delivering a song,” Garcia said. “All my life, I’ve always enjoyed singing. I did musicals in high school, and I was in the choir. And when I was in college, we’d give parties and form a band. There are a few times I’ve had opportunities to sing for jobs, but they’ve never been as front-line as my career.” Creative. But I thought it would be something unexpected for viewers of the show, and maybe it surprised some people!”
Garcia said the experience made him want to sing more and keep his voice in good shape, just in case it came in handy for another acting gig. “I want to treat it like another part of my toolbox and have it ready when a call comes in. I mean, I don’t see myself as releasing an album or anything. But it might show up in a project or two.”
Garcia added that the giant’s costume was not easy to maneuver with: “This costume is huge! The head is giant. And then you start to get nervous and realize how all the parts are just too much weight to affect things. And then I have to be able to move and sing. But the result is She was really cool. I love the way Cyclops looks and he was kind of a sexy character brought back to life.”
As for Mailata, the NFL star said he didn’t expect a call from “The Masked Singer.”
“When my agent called me, I thought maybe he found out I was going to the Pro Bowl,” he said. And he’s like, ‘I have something better. “It took me a while to appreciate the show because I’m so visionary during the season. Football came first. But after talking to my girlfriend and encouraging her relentlessly to do it, it was a once in a lifetime opportunity, I decided to continue it. We traveled to Cali and started shooting. Immediately “.
Milata said he is a regular singer at home, in the car, at the show, and even at work. “We’ve gotten to the point where guys are like, ‘We got it, you can sing! “I just love to sing, whatever the song is.”
He added that the show gave him the desire to explore his singing more: “Football will always be on top,” he said. “That’s what got me to this platform and what pays the bills. And after the whole experience on ‘The Masked Singer’, that’s something I’m thinking about now. Off-season, do I record albums or write songs? Because it’s my passion. Do I share that passion more than I used to? The past? It is something I will still try to figure out if I have the time to do so.”
As for Cyclops, Robin Thicke thought it was Kevin Smith. Ken Jeong appointed David Batista. Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg guessed that Zac Brown and Nicole Scherzinger went with Michael Keaton.
As for Thingamabob, Thicke came close to picking another NFL player, JJ Watt. McCarthy Walberg went with Michael Strahan. Jeong chose Liam Hemsworth. Scherzinger thought it was Dennis Rodman.
This means Firefly is moving into the final seventh season.
Jorge Garcia as Cyclops and Jordan Mailata as Thingamabob join the list of unmasked celebrities that also includes Duff Goldman as McTerrier and Joe Buck, as Ram.
“The Masked Singer” entered the seventh season with 15 contestants, divided into “Good, Bad and Liked”. This season’s costumes include THE GOOD: Ringmaster, Armadillo, McTerrier, Firefly and Frog Prince; The Bad: Hydra, Ram, Jack in the Box, Cyclops, Queen Cobra; Beloved: Baby Mammoth, Thingamabob, Lemur, Space Bunny, Miss Teddy.
Season seven contestants boast 112 movie appearances, 15 Grammy nominations, eight Emmy nominations, seven Super Bowl performances, two Hollywood Walk of Fame stars, and two world records.
In another change, the show’s panelists don’t appear to be competing for the Golden Ear award based on their first impressions of every convincing artist (which McCarthy won twice, but Scherzinger won last season) this season.
“I Got You (I Feel Good)” by James Brown was the final showdown song performed by Firefly, Cyclops and Thingamabob. Garcia’s previous songs such as Cyclops have included “My Sacrifice” by Creed and “Suspicious Minds” by Elvis Presley. Committee members William Zappka, Danny McBride, Rob Derrick, Chris Pratt, John Lithgow, Rob Thomas and Dax Shepherd also guessed.
Mailata’s songs were like Thingamabob’s previous songs “Wanted Dead or Alive” by Bon Jovi and “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran. Panelists also guessed Dwayne Johnson, Omar Benson Miller, Jason Momoa, James Hetfield, Chris Jericho, Terrell Owens and Dennis Rodman.
Here’s the other contestant and his performance on the third night:
Firefly (“Team Good”)
Song: “Attention”, composed by Charlie Puth
Audio commentary: “I was never one to shy away from the spotlight. Even as a little firefly, I loved dressing up my mom and enjoying my imaginary audience. Then one day, my mom encouraged me to stand up to a real crowd: my neighbors. I even accused them of watching my show. And believe it or not, it was One of those neighbors got me my first real gig. I’ve always been a shining star. I’m not just a fire, I’m flying. Confrontation or not, I’ll light up that stage and let my voice shine, baby!”
Panel guesses: Alicia Keys, Ciara, Keshia Cole
Previous songs: “Nobody,” by Chaka Khan [interrupted by coughing fit in first try]; “PYT (Pretty Young Thing)” by Michael Jackson
Previous Commission Estimates: Alicia Keys, Monica, Aisha Tyler, Keisha Cole, Lauren Hill
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