The Masked Singer Australia: George Calombaris is unmasked
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It’s only the second week of the sixth season of The Masked Singer, and four star performers have already been sent packing. This time, Group B took to the stage to impress the Fox series’ voters and a hip-hop legend was revealed as this year’s spottiest contestant.
Platinum rapper Tyga was unmasked as the Dalmatian in the latest episode of The Masked Singer.
The legendary artist performed alongside Group B, who all made their debuts in the second week of season six.
As well as Tyga’s masked persona, the new line-up included Queen of Hearts, Mallard, Cupcake and Banana Split.
Sadly, Tyga didn’t quite hit the mark with his performance of a hip-hop classic.
He took to the stage fourth to sing ‘Beautiful’ by Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell Williams.
The rapper was sadly voted off after just one performance, and Tyga’s reveal drew stunned reactions from the panelists.
First impression guesses included Nelly and Kevin Hart, whilst Jenny McCarthy was convinced the canine performer was ‘one of the Lils’.
Tyga, aka Micheal Ray Nguyen-Stevenson, admitted he signed up for The Masked Singer after seeing Lil Wayne contend last year.
Although his fellow rapper was the first to be eliminated in season three, Tyga said his performance was ‘inspiring’.
The Dalmatian star collaborated with Lil Wayne in his 2012 single ‘Faded’, from the album Careless World: Rise of the Last King.
He has also worked with the likes of Drake, Chris Brown and Kanye West.
Earlier in the show, the judges were impressed by Queen of Hearts’ powerful rendition of ‘Born This Way’ by Lady Gaga.
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However, her distinctly Southern twang may have already given the game away for some viewers.
Mallard kept with the Southern theme and seemed to reveal himself as a Country singer when he performed Big & Rich’s ‘Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)’.
Plus, this year’s underdog Dalmatian made himself known, whilst the Banana Split duo blew the audience’s minds.
Unfortunately, Dalmatian was the first Group B contender sent home this season.
On Twitter, Connor Bradley said: “Wow!! I had a feeling it may have been him but I wasn’t sure!
“What an amazing performance from @Tyga You absolutely Killed it out there!”
Next week will pit Group A against each other once again, and introduce another of the show’s patented Wildcards.
The Masked Singer season 6 continues Wednesdays on Fox.
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