'The Masked Singer' Crowns Season 3 Winner — Meet the First-Ever Female Champion
The Night Turtle walked away with the Golden Mask on “The Masked Singer,” and you won’t believe who she turned out to be - spoilers ahead.
It was a memorable Wednesday night for viewers of “The Masked Singer” as the first female champion was crowned the winner during the season 3 finale.
According to ET Online, the finale featured head-turning performances from the top three finalists - The Turtle, The Frog, and The Night Angel.
[Bow Wow} divulged that due to his move into television gigs on “106 and Park” and “RnB Friday Nights,” he had lost a little interest in performing.
Congratulations, #NightAngelMask! 🎉👼 The masked madness continues when #TheMaskedSinger returns for Season 4. 🎭— The Masked Singer (@MaskedSingerFOX) May 21, 2020
Now stick around for more competition with the series premiere of #UltimateTag! pic.twitter.com/Vv0iNa6y1n
As soon as the finalists were done singing, members of the audience were allowed to vote, and they chose to give The Night Angel the Golden Mask.
After some final rounds of guesswork from the panel, The Night Angel revealed herself to be the reality star, Kandi Burruss - who claimed that she felt “incredible” about her win.
While several Kandi fans were excited about the fact she’s the first woman to clinch the trophy, some people weren’t too pleased.
A third viewer shared an animal gif to express how she assumed fans of Turtle were feeling. A fourth person simply uploaded the infamous picture of Kanye West and Taylor Swift at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.
People recalled that for his final performance, Turtle gave a moving rendition of Lewis Capaldi's "Before You Go."
Turtle, who revealed himself to be Jesse McCartney, gave viewers and judges a hint when he showed off an engagement ring and hinted at a "new Mrs. Turtle" in his clue package at the semi-finals.
As for Frog, who turned out to be rapper Bow Wow, People reported that the star rediscovered his love for performing.
The 33-year-old divulged that due to his move into television gigs on “106 and Park” and “RnB Friday Nights,” he had lost a little interest in performing.
Hence, when Bow Wow got the opportunity to be part of the singing competition, he grabbed it with both hands as he felt it was the chance he needed to show the world that he still has it.