See Fan Reactions to Yeti's Revelation on 'The Masked Singer'
Many fans of "The Masked Singer" found it unbelievable when they realized that the Yeti was Omarion. See how they further reacted after he was sent home from the show.
"The Masked Singer" is a singing competition that involves already known faces hiding behind creatively crafted costumes that serve as a mask.
This mask blocks their personalities and reveals a new one, often in the form of an animal or anything that would keep their audience and judges guessing their identities.
Last week, the show revealed the singers in three Russian dolls underneath. This week, two others were unveiled. One of them was the Yeti. Award-winning singer Omarion happened to be the one wearing the costume.
He shared an Instagram clip showing a prop expert helping him put on the gigantic Yeti head. Via the caption, he stated that being on the show was thrilling and added:
"Did you know it was me!!??"
Tons of his fans were thrilled that their guesses were correct. They acknowledged knowing he was the singer underneath the mask the moment they heard his voice.
Despite being out of the competition, Omarion admitted it was a surreal experience that made him feel appreciated.
A huge set of commenters went wild by expressing their discontentment after realizing that the Yeti was sent home following his outstanding performance. One person quipped: "I'm so madddd…..you definitely should've won." Another wrote:
"I'M SO MAD YOU GOT ELIMINATED. Obviously pure talent!!!"
Fans were not the only ones who agreed that Omarion rendered a phenomenal delivery in the songs he sang during his time on stage. The show shared sneak peeks of the stage performance and tagged one of them "What a legend!".
Despite being out of the competition, Omarion admitted it was a surreal experience that made him feel appreciated since he was heard rather than seen.
Apart from music, Omarion holds his family close. He shares two kids with his former lover, Apryl Jones. In an interview, the father of two explained that he avoids drama because of his children and credits them for making him mature rather quickly.