‘The Masked Singer’ Recap: Christmas Sing-Along Features Harp, Lambs, and More

Jill O'Rourke
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The Masked Singer returned on Wednesday night for a special Christmas Sing-Along episode featuring contestants from past seasons, as well as Season 8 stars such as Bride (Chris Jericho), Snowstorm (Nikki Glaser), the Lambs (Wilson Phillips), and winner Harp (Amber Riley).


Season 8 Stars Shine in The Masked Singer Christmas Sing-Along

Wednesday’s special included a performance from Season 8 contestant Bride (Chris Jericho), who sang a rockin’ version of “Run Rudolph Run” to get the Christmas party started. Later, Season 8 semifinalist Snowstorm (Nikki Glaser) performed “Santa Tell Me” by Ariana Grande.

The episode also featured a performance from this season’s runners-up the Lambs (Wilson Phillips), who got us in the festive spirit with their rendition of “Sleigh Ride” as snow fell on the stage. And of course, the episode wouldn’t be complete without a performance from this season’s winner, Harp (Amber Riley).

Harp performed a beautiful cover of “The Christmas Song” by Nat King Cole, after sharing memories of her first snowy Christmas in London. All of the performances during this week’s show featured the lyrics on the screen for people at home to sing along.


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Contestants from Past Seasons Also Appeared

The new special also featured several performances from past contestants on The Masked Singer, including Christmas Tree herself (Ana Gasteyer), Season 4 winner Sun (LeAnn Rimes), Season 2 winner Fox (Wayne Brady), and Season 6 winner Queen of Hearts (Jewel).

There were also appearances from Season 8 stars out of their costumes. That includes Eric Idle (Hedgehog), who opened up about surviving pancreatic cancer. The Monty Python star encouraged fans to donate to his Bright Side Fund through the Stand Up to Cancer website.


Did you watch Wednesday’s Christmas Sing-Along? Did you actually sing along to any of the songs? What was your favorite performance? Let us know in the comments below.

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