"The Masked Singer": The Elephant Gets Unmasked in Episode 4

February 20, 2020
Masked Singer

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On this week's episode of The Masked Singer, judges Robin Thicke, a new set of contestants from Group B were introduced: The Frog, The Elephant, The Kitty, The Taco, The Mouse and The Banana. The Frog kicked off the show with a version of MC Hammer's "U Can't Touch This," followed by The Elephant's cover of the Cure's "Friday I'm in Love," where it was pretty clear he wasn't a pro singer. Next up, The Kitty wowed the audience with her version of Ariana Grande's "Dangerous Woman," prompting Thicke to call her "already a fan favorite." The Taco then took the stage to sing a lounge-style version of Sinatra's "Fly Me to the Moon," followed by The Mouse's take on Oleta Adams' "Get Here." The show's final performance came from The Banana, who continued the oldies musical theme with Elvis' "A Little Less Conversation." After the audience votes were tallied and the panel consulted, the Elephant was selected to be unmasked, and turned out to be skateboarder Tony Hawk. Hawk said the show was "a totally new experience for me," and admitted that he was fine going home. "I had like one more song in me, but I didn't want to go much further," he said.