On January 27, viewers of "The Masked Singer" found out the identity behind the Hammerhead costume, and it turned out to be the reality television star Vinny Guadagnino.
Another face was unmasked on Wednesday night's episode of "The Masked Singer." This time, it happened to be the face behind the Hammerhead costume.
The show's official Instagram page shared a short spoiler video showing the moment Hammerhead took his mask off, and when it came off, it turned out to be "Jersey Shore" star Vinny Guadagnino.
When Guadagnino took his mask off, some of the judges and member of the audience had their hands in their mouths, surprised that he was the one. Many viewers at home were also shocked.
Some fans commented on the video post, expressing their disbelief. One fan said they could not believe it, while another fan said they never saw it coming.
Meanwhile, some other fans said they knew it was him all along. One fan expressed delight that they were right with their guess, while another fan said it was a great reveal.
Many fans agreed that Guadagnino had a good run on the show and hailed him for his performances. One fan said he did good, while another fan expressed love for him.
He added that they had to call in the big dogs as they needed professional help to handle the situation.
Hammerhead's elimination from the show added another intriguing spectacle to what has been a great show so far. One of the fun highlights was seeing the 90s' icon, Bill Nye, revealed as Ice Cube.
While his run on "The Masked Singer" has come to an end, Guadagnino is not going away from the spotlight anytime soon as he and his "Jersey Shore" crew are just beginning their vacation in Las Vegas.
Guadagnino teased E! News that fans should expect a lot from the show. The long-anticipated drama between Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Angela Pivarnick needed some resolution.
In the upcoming episodes of "Jersey Shore," fans will watch Farley arrive and try to settle things with Pivarnick following that infamous wedding speech. Guadagnino says when she gets there, he cannot act like it is an easy resolution.
He added that they had to call in the big dogs as they needed professional help to handle the situation. Guadagnino also revealed that things worked out dramatically.
Guadagnino was born on November 11, 1987, and is a graduate of CUNY College of Staten Island. He is an animal lover and enjoys writing music, poetry, and stories. He is also a fan of the NBA team, New York Knicks.