'The Masked Singer' Reveals Identity of Banana Suit Contestant
"The Masked Singer" said its goodbye to another contestant after the identity of Banana was revealed.
During the Wednesday episode of "The Masked Singer," the fans and viewers of the show got its final look at Banana, who was evicted from the singing competition.
According to E! News, even though his first few appearances had some people thinking that Banana was a comedian, the guesses soon turned to singer Bret Michaels, and that is exactly who the person under the mask turned out to be.
The Masked Singer" purchased 10,000 FDA-approved N95 surgical masks that would be delivered to specific hospitals during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Bret Michaels' elimination from the show did nothing to dull Bret's spirit as he excitedly said:
"I gotta tell you, I would have done anything to get here. This is the most awesome show. I've never had such a great time."
Born in Butler, Pennsylvania, Bret is the lead singer of the glam-metal band Poison whose hit singles include "Talk Dirty to Me" and "Every Rose Has Its Thorn." In 2007, the singer-songwriter began his life as a reality TV star on VH1's "Rock of Love."
Three years later, he not only came up with "Bret Michaels: Life as I Know It," but Biography reported that he also won "The Celebrity Apprentice."
In addition to his success as a Poison member and reality star, Bret has also achieved some feat as a solo performer.
However, his journey hasn't been challenge-free as he has suffered several health challenges. In 2009, the "Something to Believe in" crooner got injured as he performed at the Tony Awards - his head was struck by a piece of the show's set.
The next year, Bret experienced a brain hemorrhage that he assumed was caused by his Tony Awards injury. Later in May 2014, the reality star left the stage in the middle of a performance due to low blood sugar.
As regards his time on "The Masked Singer," People reported that judge Robin Thicke once guessed that he was Billy Ray Cyrus as the "Blurred Lines" singer noted that he once performed with one of Billy's daughters at the 2013 VMAs.
Earlier this month, Yahoo! Entertainment revealed that "The Masked Singer" purchased 10,000 FDA-approved N95 surgical masks that would be delivered to specific hospitals during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
The announcement, which was made through the singing competition's Twitter feed, grabbed the attention of many social media users who promptly showed their gratitude.
The show, which finished its taping earlier this year, has continued to air on Fox unlike some TV talent shows that have been forced to go on hiatus due to COVID-19 concerns.
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