Nicole Scherzinger Excited about Ex-winner Wayne Brady's Return on 'The Masked Singer' as Mr TV

Current panelist of "The Masked Singer," Nicole Scherzinger, revealed that she was excited to have the winner of season two, Wayne Brady, on the show, as he came on masked in a Television outfit.

Lovers of "The Masked Singer" are always thrilled and excited to listen to various celebrities sing with their costume masks on while they try to guess who the voice belongs to. And this last episode, viewers, and panelists were treated to a special visit from an ex-winner.

Taking to her social media platform, current panelist and judge on the show, Nicole Scherzinger, revealed that she was excited to have the winner of season 2, Wayne Brady, on the show, after he revealed himself.

The judges and host of "The Masked Singer." | Photo: Getty Images

The judges and host of "The Masked Singer." | Photo: Getty Images

Brady had made a surprise appearance as "Mr. TV," and while panelists tried to guess, they were not confident who it was. Upon his reveal, the audience and the panelists were thrilled to know that it was Brady.

Scherzinger shared a clip from "Fox" on her Twitter account, and the 22-seconds clip showed when the audience chanted for Brady to take off the mask and the surprise on their face when they saw it was him. Alongside the clip, Scherzinger wrote:

"So excited to have ⁦@WayneBrady⁩ with us tonight on #TheMaskedSinger."

The tweet had quite a few retweets and quoted tweets while gathering several likes. Viewers of the show also joined in the sentiment and revealed that they were excited to see Brady on the show again.

Brady won the second season of "The Masked Singer" last year, and his costume at the time was "Mr. Fox." During his time on the show, Brady wowed fans with his sonorous voice and charm.

Wendy Williams was also booted off the show.

Speaking on his time on the show, Brady revealed that he was excited to have been on the show, and his main intention of going was to win the grand prize. He explained that although his mother tried to guess he was the one, she was often thrown off by how he sounded. Speaking on how he was able to throw people off his trail, Brady said:

"I never tried to disguise my voice during a song. It's just how some of the songs came out."

While Brady's guest visit to the show was a great highlight, another exciting highlight was the eviction of "Squiggly Monster" from the competition. The costume, which was worn by "Full House" actor Bob Saget, was booted off after scoring the lowest point for the round.

For Saget, being on "The Masked Singer" was a great thing, and although he would have loved to progress further, he stated that he was glad he got to participate. 

Aside from Saget, talk show host Wendy Williams was also booted off the show sometime in October. For Williams, she admitted that she did not mind getting booted as she knew how to bounce back.

There are more weeks to go in the competition, and fans and viewers will get to be treated to different music genres from some of their favorite celebrities as they try to decipher the clues left for them.

Related posts
Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker Wow Fans in Halloween Outfits from 'The Masked Singer' with Kids
Getty Images
Fashion Nov 03, 2020
Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker Wow Fans in Halloween Outfits from 'The Masked Singer' with Kids
Famous TV Host Wendy Williams Revealed as the Person behind the 'Lips' on 'The Masked Singer'
youtube.com/Talent Recap GettyImages
TV Shows Oct 29, 2020
Famous TV Host Wendy Williams Revealed as the Person behind the 'Lips' on 'The Masked Singer'
'The Masked Singer' Revealed the Giraffe to Be 'Beverly Hills, 90210' Star — See Fan Reactions
YouTube/Talent Recap
TV Shows Oct 08, 2020
'The Masked Singer' Revealed the Giraffe to Be 'Beverly Hills, 90210' Star — See Fan Reactions
See Which 'Masked Singer' Contestant Pulled off His Gremlin Head & Revealed Identity Too Early
youtube.com/Talent Recap
TV Shows Oct 02, 2020
See Which 'Masked Singer' Contestant Pulled off His Gremlin Head & Revealed Identity Too Early

Please disable your AdBlocker

Advertising helps us continue to provide quality content. For instant unlimited access. Please disable your AdBlocker on our site and refresh the page.

If you need help to disable AdBlocker please choose yours: