Kandi Burruss Celebrates 'The Masked Singer' Victory – 1st Female Winner in the Show's History
The first female to win the "Masked Singer" show is the reality TV star, Kandi Burruss. The 44-year-old could hardly contain her excitement following the announcement on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, the final episode of "Masked Singer" aired and reality Tv star, Kand Burruss, was crowned the winner of the show's third season.
In celebration of her victory, Kandi took to Instagram to share a few posts where she shared her excitement with her 7.7million followers.
During the 37 seconds long video, Kandi received a facetime from her agent, who was also excited about the win. In her caption, Burruss wrote:
"I finally can stop keeping secrets!!!! I'm so thankful for this opportunity to be on @maskedsingerfox & I'm extremely excited to represent women & win the trophy!"
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I finally can stop keeping secrets!!!!! I’m so thankful for this opportunity to be on @maskedsingerfox & I’m extremely excited to represent women & win the trophy! I dropped a new single #UsedToLoveMe today so I would love for you all to download it now & add to your playlist! Tag me on your post if you post the song so that I can see your post! ❤️😘 Thanks for the love!!!!
In another post, the Grammy award-winning singer shared a photo of herself in the masked costume she rocked for her final performance.
In the caption, Kandi announced to her followers that she would be hosting live sessions on Instagram and Facebook, where she would discuss her experience on the show.
Burruss's win stirred up reactions from her family and fans who took to her comment section to share congratulatory messages to the singer.
Kandi's biggest fan, however, seems to be her husband, Todd Tucker, who proudly shared a photo of his wife on his Instagram page. He sweetly wrote:
"Look at my little NightAngel! @kandi she keep winning!!! Lol!"
The season finale of "Masked Singer" opened with a spirited performance of Diddy's "Bad Boy for Life" by one of the three finalists, Frog.
This was closely followed by a performance from Turtle, who rendered an emotional cover of Lewis Capaldi's "Before You Go."
Burruss, who appeared on the show under the name "Night Angel," closed the evening with a stellar performance of Tina Turner's "River Deep, Mountain High."
By the end of the show, Frog was revealed to be Bow Wow, which many had earlier predicted while Turtle was revealed to be Jesse Mccarthy.
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I’m on @therealdaytime today! I just watched it in Atl but some cities haven’t aired yet. Check your local listings! I did the interview from home which was really cool. Hair & makeup done by me! @kandikoatedcosmetics & if you need lights to vlog or anything like that, I posted the link to the ones I use on my amazon shop. Amazon.com/shop/KandiOnline
In an EW interview, Kandi admitted to having a lot of self-doubt during her time on the show. Even though it had been formerly predicted that she would win, Burruss never really believed.
Since "The Masked Singer" was pre-recorded earlier this year, Kandi's victory has been known to her for quite some time. And like many other people, the singer has been in quarantine with her family.