The Masked Singer US Season 09 Episode 03 Description
Guest performance: Panelist Robin Thicke performs “Living in New York City”
|1||Medusa||“New York, New York” by Frank Sinatra||undisclosed||SAFE|
|2||Polar Bear||“Rapture” by Blondie||Grandmaster Flash||OUT|
|3||California Rolls||“Paparazzi” by Lady Gaga||undisclosed||SAFE|
|4||California Rolls||“Uptown Girl” by Billy Joel||undisclosed||WIN|
- After being unmasked, Grandmaster Flash scratched along to “Good Times” by Chic as his encore performance.
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The Masked Singer US Show Summary
The Masked Singer (abbreviated as TMS) is an American reality singing competition television series that premiered on Fox on January 2, 2019. It is part of the Masked Singer franchise which began in South Korea and features celebrities singing songs while wearing head-to-toe costumes and face masks concealing their identities. Hosted by Nick Cannon, the program employs panelists who guess the celebrities’ identities by interpreting clues provided to them throughout each season. Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg, Nicole Scherzinger, and Robin Thicke appear in each episode and vote alongside an audience for their favorite singer after all perform. The least popular is eliminated, taking off their mask to reveal their identity.
To prevent their identities from being revealed before each prerecorded episode is broadcast, the program makes extensive use of code names, disguises, non-disclosure agreements, and a team of security guards. While television critics have had mixed reviews for the series and particularly negative opinions of its panelists, the costumes have attracted praise. Inspired by haute couture, they were designed in the first six seasons by Marina Toybina, who won a Costume Designers Guild Award and a Creative Arts Emmy Award. Other production staff won or received nominations for various labor union awards, and the show has won or been nominated for awards presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Critics Choice Association, and Hollywood Critics Association.
The first five seasons received the highest Nielsen ratings for a non-sports program in the adults 18–49 key demographic. Two spin-offs—an aftershow and a dance version, The Masked Dancer—followed as a result. The growth of the Masked Singer franchise has been credited to the show’s success, as has an interest in adapting similar South Korean reality television series and other television formats centered on costumes. Media and merchandise associated with the series includes a podcast, clothing, accessories, NFTs, and an ongoing stage show. In May 2022, the series was renewed for an eighth season, which is set to premiere in September 2022.