The Masked Singer, now in its fourth season, is one of the only live shows on TV right now, which means it’s also one of the only bright spots in what has been a true dumpster fire of a year. But after a month of episodes, we have to take a break from the show this week because of another live event: sports. The Masked Singer will be on hiatus tonight because of the World Series (that’s baseball, for those of you who like me, are disassociating right now). The Los Angeles Dodgers are playing the Tampa Bay Rays.
That means that tonight, the show that features masked celebrities singing popular covers from beloved artists will not be available to soothe you (and make you forget that the election is less than two weeks away).
So far, we’ve seen four episodes this season, and the people who’ve been unmasked are: Busta Rhymes (the Dragon), Mickey Rourke (the Gremlin, who unmasked himself), Brian Austin Green (the Giraffe), and Mark Sanchez (Baby Alien).
If there isn’t a Game Seven—again, if you don’t understand baseball, uh…Google it—then we’ll pick up the show next Wednesday, October 28. Next week, we’ll meet Group C: Broccoli, Jellyfish, Lips, Mushroom, and Squiggly Monster. Fans got a glimpse of this crew in the pre-season special and got the first set of clues about them, but we haven’t actually seen any of these folks perform yet.
So we just have to be patient, watch some baseball (lol or not), and get ready for next week! In the meantime: We still need to figure out if The Sun (Group A) is Demi Lovato or if Seahorse (Group B) is Tori Kelly. And who knows what wacky theories Ken Jeong will have about Group C.
Wow, this show really is keeping me afloat right now.
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