The Masked Singer Season 11 Episode 4 Recap: Sir Lion Revealed

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read ahead if you haven’t watched The Masked Singer Season 11 Episode 4, “TV Theme Night,” which aired March 27 on Fox.

Host Billy Bush won’t have an extra shot on “The Masked Singer.” The entertainment news magazine host and former morning drive radio host was the next celebrity to be unmasked on Wednesday’s edition of The Masked Singer’s ‘TV Theme Night’.

“I’m not a great singer,” Bush said. “If you can’t do it with your lips, do it with your hips. If you’ve never done something that’s a little bit scary – and this is scary – say yes!”

For Bush, none of the panelists got it right. Robin Thicke thought Anderson Cooper. Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg chose Seth Meyers. Ken Jeong chose Ryan Seacrest. New panelist Rita Ora said she was Andy Cohen.

The Lizard (for the second week in a row) and Sir Lion were the two lowest vote getters of the night, and they squared off on the smackdown — both performing “Who Are You” by the Who (which also happens to be the ” Theme of the masked singer).Sir Lion was voted out, leaving Lizard, Poodle Moth and Clock to return to the next round.

Bush has hosted “Extra” since 2019; he was previously a host on Access Hollywood and the third hour of Today, until a 2005 video of Donald Trump and Bush exchanging lewd comments resurfaced during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Billy Bush as Sir Lion joins Joe Bastianich (Spaghetti & Meatballs), Savannah Chrisley (Afghan Hound) and Kevin Hart (The Book) as unmasked celebrities in The Masked Singer this season.

Because it was “TV Theme Night,” the four panelists opened the show with their rendition of the opening of “Gilligan’s Island.”

Returning for Season 11 are host Nick Cannon, along with panelists Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg, Ken Jeong and Robin Thicke, while Rita Ora has joined the panel to fill in for Nicole Scherzinger, who was in London to star in ‘Sunset Boulevard’ West End.

Season 11 of “The Masked Singer” will feature themed episodes including “The Wizard of Oz,” in celebration of the classic film’s 85th anniversary; Transformers (marking the brand’s 40th anniversary) and musical tributes including Billy Joel Night and Queen Night. Additional themes include Girl Groups, Soundtrack of My Life, TV Theme Night, and Shower Hymns.

With a total of sixteen celebrity singers, including three “wild cards,” Season 11 features new costumes including “Gumball,” “Lizard,” “Ugly Sweater,” “Goldfish,” “Starfish,” “Book,” ” Gumball”, “Miss Cleocatra”. , “Afghan Hound”, “Paxhar”, “Poodle Weather”, “Clock”, “Spaghetti and Meatballs” and “Lizard”. According to the show, the Season 11 contestants boast a combined 22 Grammy nominations, 11 platinum albums, 33 Teen Choice nominations, 108 million records sold, 326 film appearances and 1.7 billion Spotify streams.

Here were the other Group C performances in Wednesday’s Episode 4, “TV Theme Night”:

The Masked Singer: The Hour in the Masked Singer episode

Hour, “The Masked Singer” (Michael Becker / Fox)
Pete Dadds


Song: “Good Times,” by Blinky and Jim Gilstrap

The panel assumes: Stephanie Mills, Debbie Allen, Janet Jackson

U.S. too: Jill Whelan from “The Love Boat”. “Love and a boat, two things that combine to make a hit. Something I know firsthand.”

Package spokesperson: “I had the time of my life singing Billy Joel’s night. And I’m counting every second on stage. In my life, I have had my fair share of ups and downs. Like any good TV series, I’ve laughed and cried. And thank you, I was always renewed. But I think it’s my positive outlook that has carried me season after season. When I was broke, I appreciated the cheap things in life. When my car wouldn’t start, what a beautiful day for a walk. And even though my marriages didn’t work out, something wonderful came from those relationships. My beautiful children. I have learned that there will always be good times and bad times. And now, let’s continue the good times until the Group C final.”

Previous song: “Piano Man”, by Billy Joel

Previous panel assumptions: Anita Baker, Evelyn Champagne King, Diana Ross

Masked Singer : Poodle fashion in the episode

Mothe Poodle, “The Masked Singer” (Michael Becker / Fox)
Pete Dadds

Poodle mole

Song: “Unwritten,” by Natasha Bedingfield

The panel assumes: Melissa McCarthy, Lauren Graham, Connie Britton

U.S. too: “The Hills” stars Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt as a chorus to sing the “Gilmore Girls” theme “Where You Lead,” by Carole King. “I have a very special connection with ‘Gilmore Girls’ that hits very close to home.”

Package spokesperson: “I was really scared to do that last performance. It’s not always easy to put yourself out there. In my life, I’ve grown to know one thing: Sometimes, the ones you love the most leave. Without so much as a letter. My father left a hole in my heart that I have never filled. I would send letters that were always returned to sender. With every return stamp that breaks my heart. If that person whose only job is to love you doesn’t, then who will? Until one day I decided to write a letter – to myself. I had to realize that I was capable of being loved, as I deserved. I have learned to use my talents to help other children who are looking for answers. Just like I was. I’m writing my own story and tonight I’ve chosen a TV theme song that reminds me of the beauty yet to come. Because there is still a lot unwritten.”

Previous song: “Just the Way You Are,” by Billy Joel

Previous panel assumptions: Trisha Yearwood, Wynonna Judd, Rita Wilson

The Masked Singer : Lizard in the Masked Singer episode

Lizard, “The Masked Singer” (Michael Becker / Fox)
Pete Dadds


Song: “Scooby-Doo, Where Art Thou?”, by Larry Marks

The panel assumes: Michael Bivins, Ray J, Sisqó

U.S. too: Scooby-Doo.” “A dog actually helped me reach an even bigger audience.”

Package spokesperson: “I really showed it last time. That smackdown got my heart racing. Now, being here on TV Theme Night has brought me back to my beginnings. As a little lizard, I loved cartoons so much that I spent all my days drawing them. I did so well, I was offered a dream job at a major animation studio. Yes, the mouse was chasing this lizard very hard. It was a great opportunity. And my father begged me to take it. But deep down, I knew I wanted to be a performer. So, I dropped my pencil and took the most dangerous path to the stars. And my father was shocked. But that added fuel to my fire to prove to him that I could pull it off. And when I eventually became one of the most popular reptiles on the planet, he was very proud. Now I may not draw animation, but I certainly draw in crowds. And tonight I’m singing a song from a cartoon classic. Let’s Scooby-Doo this thing.”

Previous song: “Uptown Girl,” by Billy Joel

Previous panel assumptions: Michael Bivins, Ricky Bell, Ronnie DeVoe, Ralph Tresvant, Ray J

Mr. Lyon,



Song: “Love and Marriage,” by Frank Sinatra

The panel assumes: Anderson Cooper, Ryan Seacrest, Andy Cohen

U.S. too: Flintstones “co-star”. “I wasn’t in the cartoon, but I was in another TV show with Betty Rubble.”

Package spokesperson: “Every good night of TV needs a twist! So what better role for me than the wild character. As the king of the jungle, I come from a known pride. But he never took it for granted. I jumped through hoops to become a leading man in Hollywood. Rubbing elbows with everyone from Tom Cruise to Tom Hanks. But in show business, the higher you climb, the more you fall. Luckily, the lions are wild and I’m sitting on my feet no matter what this city throws at me. In Hollywood, success and struggle go together like a horse and cart. Get ready to fall in love with this lion.”

Last season’s performers included Ne-Yo as Cow, John Schneider as Donut, Macy Gray as Sea Queen and Janel Parrish as Gazelle joining John Oates as Anteater, Keyshia Cole as Candelabra, Sebastian Bach as Tiki, Ginuwine as Husky, Ashley Parker Angel as S. More, Metta World Peace as Cuddle Monster, Luann de Lesseps as Hibiscus, Tyler Posey as Hawk, Billie Jean King as Royal Hen, Michael Rapaport as Pickle, Tom Sandoval as Diver, Anthony Anderson as Rubber Ducky and Guest former Demi Lovato special as Anonymous.

Fox Alternative Entertainment is behind The Masked Singer, which is executive produced by James Breen, Craig Plestis and Nick Cannon. The series is based on the South Korean format created by Mun Hwa Broadcasting Corp.

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