angel – This week’s “The Masked Singer” reveal will definitely leave you crying, not with sadness, but because the celebrity behind the baby costume is a hoot and a half.
Baby performed some key notes during his performance of the theme song “The Flintstones”. A suitable selection keeping in mind the artist hidden under the baby bonnet.
Sadly, the baby was sent back to her crib. Luckily, there was no anger after famed comedian Larry the Cable Guy came out as the masked singer.
“This show has crushed every dream I’ve ever had,” Larry said after his elimination. “I thought I was doing well, ‘Hey, I’m going to be good here,’ and next thing you know,” after which the comedian blows up a raspberry to announce his final defeat.
FILE – “The Masked Singer” baby performer.
Larry said, “I wouldn’t be surprised if you see me on the side of the road begging for some kind of money and it’s all because of this show.”
While the cable guy is unable to hide his disappointment, he was able to admit that the show was a blast.
“It’s a fun show,” he said. “I’ve never done anything like this before. I’ve never sung in front of anyone. I mean, I can tell jokes in front of 8,000 people, no sweat, but I can’t do karaoke in front of five.”
To get the judges out of the way, Larry used a British/Australian accent because, according to him, the judges would have recognized his signature Southern draw, and if nothing else, he would have recognized Teeter’s voice from Disney’s Pixar, “Cars.”
He even had to refrain from saying his signature catchphrase: “git-r-done.”
Larry said, “Let’s face the facts, they were stunned that I was awesome at singing songs.” “Who am I kidding. So I fooled them, because I’m awesome!”
After performing on “The Masked Singer,” Larry the Cable Guy learned two things: never wear a hot baby suit the night before a chili, and secondly, “don’t put extra cheese on that chili.”
Larry announced on Twitter that his next effort after his singing debut would be Riverdance.
Watch the all new episode of “The Masked Singer” on Granthshala Wednesdays at 8-9 p.m. ET/PT.
The station is owned by Granthshala Corporation.