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‘The Masked Singer’ Cuts Another Contestant in ‘Special case’ Round: And Grandpa Monster Is…

“The Masked Singer” Season 5 returned Wednesday with a scene highlighting Group B’s subsequent exhibitions and the show’s second “Wildcard” round. What’s more, very much like a week ago, the night’s unexpected hopeful came in and figured out how to take the space from a current contender. For this situation, it was beginner Crab who got a larger number of votes than Grandpa Monster, who was along these lines disposed of from the opposition and exposed toward the finish of the scene.

Following last Wednesday’s debut “Wildcard” round for Group A — which presently comprises of Russian Doll, Seashell, Robopine (f.k.a. Porcupine) and Orca (who ousted Raccoon) — Group B’s leftover challengers Grandpa Monster, Chameleon, Black Swan and Piglet made that big appearance once more.

They each gave their subsequent exhibitions before specialists Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong, Robin Thicke and Nicole Scherzinger, just as visitor have Niecy Nash (filling in for Nick Cannon, who is recovering from COVID-19).

When those four were done, the “Wildcard” round started, with smashing competitor Crab making their amazing passageway by singing Bill Withers’ “Ain’t No Sunshine.”

At that point it was the ideal opportunity for the appointed authorities and at-home crowd to project their decisions in favor of Wednesday’s top hopeful.

The entertainer who came in last was Grandpa Monster, who sang Joan Jett’s “Bad Reputation.” Before Grandpa Monster was exposed, Thicke speculated the competitor was Johnny Manziel, Scherzinger picked Jake Paul, Jeong said Kevin Hart and McCarthy thought The Miz. Grandpa Monster ended up being YouTube star Logan Paul.

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