Who’s Left on ‘The Masked Singer’ Season 10 Finale
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After weeks of elaborate costumes, mind-blowing celebrity reveals, and captivating musical performances, just four costumed singers remain in The Masked Singer season 10 finale. Let’s recap who still has a shot at the Golden Mask trophy in the two-hour event airing Wednesday night.
Who’s Left on The Masked Singer 2023?
Sea Queen debuted midseason as a new wildcard, quickly making waves with her signature raspy vocals on a cover of “Rescue Me.” Additional sultry soulful renditions spotlighted her powerhouse pipe diversity. Costume clues referenced an unpredictable career path, a sense of humor, and being a “triple threat.” Our experts predict songstress Macy Gray hides behind the aquatic majesty.
Donut brought the laughs early on by literally rolling onto the stage for his first clue package. Then he flaunted surprisingly smooth vocals and pivoted to heartfelt ballads later on. Clues hinted at musical theater experience, country music connections, and recent trauma. We believe beloved actor John Schneider frosts this tasty costume.
Gazelle attracted attention right away with an unmistakable singing voice many fans recognized. Her clue packages revealed musical precocity from a young age along with acting experience. References to cheering, Hawaii, and competitive performing point to a triple threat. Our team thinks actress and singer Janel Parrish brings the Gazelle to life.
Cow moved his way through soulful singing performances from the start, even incorporating smooth dance breaks. His 1950s costume added flair while clues connected him to Las Vegas, piloting, and blockbuster movies. Mentions of multiple awards hint at legitimate industry success. We predict hitmaker Ne-Yo as the talent behind those udders.
Competitors Unite for Finale Group Performance in a Short Teaser
For the first time all season, the final four contestants will come together to give a special group performance. The quartet will sing The Romantics’ “What I Like About You,” trading off lyrics and harmonizing as a unit rather than competitors. Even the judges get into the collaborative spirit by exchanging compliments inspired by the song’s title.
Unfortunately, the solo singers go back to battling soon after, with two unmasked at the end of the first hour. However, they first get to enjoy a friendly musical celebration demonstrating the bonds formed through their masked journey together.