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Three Masked Singers Reveal Hummingbird, Pi-Rat, And Panther Identities: Here’s Who They Are

Don’t read on if you haven’t seen the second episode of Season 8 of “The Masked Singer,” which aired on Fox on September 28.

On Wednesday night’s episode of “The Masked Singer,” comedian Jeff Dunham, singer Montell Jordan, and *NSYNC star Chris Kirkpatrick were all unmasked at once. This was the show’s second episode, and it was a rare case of three people being unmasked at once.

Kirkpatrick turned out to be the Hummingbird, while Dunham was the Pi-Rat, and Jordan was the Panther. Kirkpatrick was the last person to be unmasked last week. After that, Dunham was the first person to leave this week with the fewest votes.

Later, Jordan’s identity as Panther was revealed after he and Harp fought in a battle royale where they each sang “Born to be Wild” by Steppenwolf. Harp won again, making it two weeks in a row.

“Vegas Night” began with Season 1 guest judge Donny Osmond singing “The Greatest Show.” Next, Hummingbird, who had been hiding as Kirkpatrick since last week’s premiere, was finally unmasked as Kirkpatrick. Thicke thought it was Dion Sanders, McCarthy Wahlberg said it was Rob Thomas from Matchbox 20, and Jeong said it was Tom Brady. Kirkpatrick’s number last week was Gavin DeGraw’s “I Don’t Want to Be.”

For Pi-Rat, Osmond got it right with Dunham; Ken Jeong thought it was Robert Smigel, Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg picked Steve Carell, and then Carrot Top. Nicole Scherzinger chose Terry Fator as her partner. Dana Carvey was the one Robin Thicke chose.

No one guessed that Jordan was the Panther. Iman Shumpert was chosen by Robin Thicke. Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg thought it was Lamar Odom, while Ken Jeong thought it was Sam Richardson. Nicole Scherzinger chose Billy Porter as her date. Andre Drummond was who Osmond said.

Eric Idle as the Hedgehog and William Shatner as the Knight were the first celebrities to leave Season 8 of “The Masked Singer.” In Season 8, Montell Jordan as Panther, Jeff Dunham as Pi-Rat, and Chris Kirkpatrick as the Hummingbird were the first celebrities to leave as well.

This time around, “The Masked Singer” has a new format called “King or Queen of Masked Singer,” which means that a lot of people are going home in each episode. This season, three or four celebrities in costumes will perform each week, but only one will win and move on to compete against two or three more people the next week.

This will go on for the rest of the season. In the first week, the Harp won, and it also won in the second week. After each round, the top three contestants will move on to the semi-finals.

Season 8 of “The Masked Singer” starts with costumes like “Bride,” “Avocado,” “Venus Fly Trap,” “Sir Bugaboo,” “Scarecrow,” “Hedgehog,” and “Mummies.” Themed episodes include “Vegas Night,” “Comedy Roast,” “Hall of Fame,” “Muppets Night,” “Andrew Lloyd Webber Night,” “TV Themes,” “’90s Night,” “Thanksgiving,” and “, Drew Carey,

The Season 8 contestants have “a total of 32 Grammy nominations, 16 Emmy wins, 8 gold albums, 4 Golden Globe nominations, 42 books, 10 Teen Choice awards, and 5 stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.”

Here are the contestants and what they did on the second night:

Harp (Week 2 Winner)

Song: “I Have Nothing,” by Whitney Houston

Clue: Night night

Hint: “Worked together.” “Well, Nicole, you know, I love it when I see our names together. We should be able to do it again soon.”

Package voiceover: “It feels great to be the first Queen of Season 8,” she said. But I’m going up against two new singers tonight, and if I want to keep this crown on my head, I have to crush this performance.

I’ve been told my whole life that I’m competitive. I don’t think that’s a bad thing, though. It means you put in a lot of effort to be the best. Tonight, I’ll bring that energy to the stage. And now, because I’m always on time, I’ll give you, my loyal subjects, a new clue.”

Panel guesses: Amber RileyAshantiYvette Nicole Brown

Previous song: “Perfect,” by Pink

Previous panel guesses: Queen Latifah, Jordin Sparks, Fantasia, Jennifer Hudson

Panther (Montell Jordan)

Song: “Feeling Good,” by Nina Simone

Likes: Cat naps

Clue: Weekend warrior

Hint: “Globe” and “victory.” “Panther thinks victory is more than just winning; to me, victory means the world.”

Package voiceover:

“I’m glad I’m here on Vegas night because one of the most important things I’ve learned is that you should always bet on yourself. I was at the top of my game from the start, and Beyonce and I were friends. People thought I was dead until one day.

My own family included. I got the rare chance to go to my own funeral and find out how people would remember me. It showed me that I had more to leave behind than I thought. So, I started over at one to show that I was a student, a son, a lover, and a leader. Tonight, I’m here to show that nothing or anyone can make me who I am.”

Panel guesses: Andre Drummond, Dwight Howard, Sam Richardson, Brian McKnight, Lamar Odom, Billy Porter, and Brian McKnight.

Pi-rat (Jeff Dunham)

Song: “Crocodile Rock,” by Elton John

Likes: Plundering

Clue: Great at multitasking

Clue Question: Carrot Top is the Pi-Rat special. “I think I have something special to show the world, and tonight you’ll get a taste of it.”

Package voiceover: “Hello, young people of Sin City! It’s time to meet the old Pi-Rat. I wasn’t very popular when I was 8 years old. But I made friends in a unique way. I always had a good time. So, my crew and I set sail to try to reach the impossible goal.

And go to Hollywood, California, where not many people have been before. My family told me I was good at things. Everyone else, though, thought I was a complete idiot. I showed them that they were wrong, so now I’m the Pi-Rat King. It went very well. Even though I did a lot of late-night shows in Vegas, I was never the lead. But tonight, it’s all about me.”

Panel guesses: Robert Smigel, Terry Fator, Jeff Dunham

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