‘The Masked Singer’ Recap: Who Was Unmasked on One Hit Wonder Night?
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The Masked Singer Season 10 returned on Wednesday for One Hit Wonder Night, as four brand-new contestants took the stage. At the end of the night, Hibiscus was unmasked as Real Housewives star Luann de Lesseps.
Donut, Candelabra Impress on The Masked Singer
The first performance during Wednesday night’s show came from Donut, who sang “Hooked on a Feeling” by Blue Swede. They teased that they’ve had “hit after hit after hit.” The panel’s guesses about Donut’s identity included Sylvester Stallone, Jeff Bridges, and Tom Jones.
Later in the show, Candelabra took on “1 Thing” by Amerie and called themselves “one fire princess.” Panelist Robin Thicke said he could tell they were a professional recording artist. Guesses from the panel included Regina Hall and Brandy.
At the end of the episode, both Donut and Candelabra moved on to the next round in the Group C competition, while their competitors Anteater and Hibiscus had to go head to head in a Smackdown to decide who would be unmasked.
Hibiscus Unmasked as Luann de Lesseps
During Wednesday’s show, Anteater performed “Walking in Memphis” by Mark Cohn and teased that they’ve performed in front of 40 percent of the world. Guesses from the Masked Singer panel included Rick Springfield and Bryan Adams.
Hibiscus also made her debut during this week’s episode, performing “It’s Raining Men” by the Weather Girls and teasing that she had been in beauty pageants. At the end of the night Hibiscus and Anteater went head to head in a Smackdown.
They both performed their own take on “Hey Mickey” by Toni Basil. Hibiscus sounded noticeably worse in this performance than she did in her earlier song, and she ended up being the one unmasked at the end of the episode. Guesses from the panel included Janice Dickinson, Hannah Waddingham, and Kim Catrall.
However, only Jenny McCarthy was correct in guessing that Hibiscus was Real Housewives of New York star Luann de Lesseps. She finished the episode with a performance of her song “Money Can’t Buy You Class.”