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Just five if-you-say-so-lebrities remain on The Masked Singer, the reality competition that made TV history by being the first of its kind to be both more bizarre and more enjoyable than the real-life news cycle. With LaToya Jackson, Ricki Lake, Tori Spelling, Margaret Cho, Terry Bradshaw, Antonio Brown and Tommy Chong all sent back to their pre-existing levels of recognizability, The Masked Singer still has Rabbit, Peacock, Lion, Monster and Bee putting on those gorgeous getups every week to stump the viewing public in the only TV-related puzzle almost as as gripping as whatever the **** is happening with Jussie Smollett. Who could be behind the masks? Let's dive in.
The hints: Rabbit has said he's been on stage a lot but was never alone, and when judges straight-up asked him if he was in a boy band, Rabbit said he's in a band — a not-at-all subtle dodge that pretty much confirms he's a boy bander. Rabbit has made a few references to 'N Sync, and recently admitted that he has 17 tattoos, which seems like a cruel thing to do to a rabbit, but OK.
Guesses - Lance - Bass - Joey - Fatone
Best guesses: Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, JC Chasez, and Donnie Wahlberg.
Worst guesses: Justin Timberlake. Justin's voice is instantly recognizable, his smooth moves are unmistakable and, based on the the caliber of talent revealed so far, it's safe to bet Justin didn't make himself available for this if asked.
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It's probably: Joey Fatone. Rabbit's nods to 'N Sync make it certain he's one of the once spikey-haired musicians. Rabbit's admission that "he loves to sink his teeth into a big, fat Italian ice" has to be a tip to his role in the My Big Fat Greek Wedding films and his Italian roots.
Hints - Rabbit - Lion
The hints: Like Rabbit, Lion has teased that...
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