The Masked Singer finale revealed everything, and proved that the FOX series is a pop culture phenomenon that can change the way we look at reality TV. Wednesday’s The Masked Singer finale finally told audiences who was behind all of the masks, but it also proved why FOX‘s new reality show is a runaway hit. That’s because it’s only partly about who sung it. This article contains spoilers from last night’s The Masked Singer finale, including the winner. It’s been tremendous fun trying to guess the identities of the contestants every week, especially since panelists Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg, Ken Jeong and Nicole Scherzinger knew as little as the audience did. (One way the show could improve next season is to get the panel more involved, possibly by keeping Kenan Thompson on permanently. He had fairly insightful comments over the last two episodes, and seemed to genuinely appreciate being there.) But as the series unfolded, it became less about who and more about why. Why would somebody put themselves in an outlandish outfit in a TV singing competition? Especially already established celebrities? Some viewers dismissed it as gimmicky, which proved the show’s point: People make assumptions, and hiding a… Read full this story
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