YouTuber Todrick Hall gained national recognition when he appeared on the ninth season of “American Idol.” Although he didn’t win the competition, he did make it to the semi-finals.
He went on to make viral videos on YouTube and even made a documentary series about his video-making process called “Todrick” in 2015.
Following that, he became a resident choreographer and judged several episodes on “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” He also starred in several Broadway performances, from “Kinky Boots” to “Chicago,” in addition to putting out four studio albums, starting with “Pop Star High” in 2014 and “Straight Outta Oz” in 2016.
Now, fans think that Hall has been secretly performing on season 6 of the Fox musical guessing game show, “The Masked Singer.”
‘The Masked Singer’ Finale: Bull vs Queen Of Hearts
After a long season of revealing celebrity musical talent, the Bull and the Queen of Hearts have made it to the finale, which will air on Wednesday, December 15. Although fans think they already know who is behind the Queen of Hearts, other fans think that Hall is hiding underneath the enormous Bull costume.
Bull has performed an impressive array of songs during his time on “The Masked Singer.” He has covered Train’s “Drops of Jupiter,” Rascal Flatts’ “What Hurts The Most,” Britney Spears’ “Circus,” Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love” and the Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande duet “Rain on Me.”
Many fans say that the high notes he hits in “Circus” are exactly the same as the one that can be heard in his 2019 hit, “Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels.”
Many of the clues shown in the video clue packages throughout the season also have many fans convinced that Hall is on “The Masked Singer.”
Could Todrick Hall Really Be The Next Winner Of ‘The Masked Singer’?
One of the most on-the-nose clues might be the costume itself. Hall is from Plainview, Texas, which is home to one of the biggest beef processing plants in the country. Before you think that’s too obvious, remember that Willie Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” fame performed as a wood duck and Katharine McPhee’s husband, David Foster, performed as a giant banana, just in case you get a craving for a bananas foster.
Another clue points to Hall’s career as a YouTuber. In one of the clues, there is a shot of Hunter Hayes, who performed as the Astronaut during season 3 of “The Masked Singer.” One of Hall’s biggest viral hits was his cover of Hayes’ hit song “Invisible.”
Another one of the clues showed a picture of Carnegie Hall. Although judges thought that the talented singer performed at Carnegie Hall, it might just be a reference to his name: Todrick Hall. His surname was mentioned once again in the episode 6 clue package when it showed a photo of the pop group “Hall & Oates.”
The Bull has also shown off some impressive choreography this season. Considering Hall’s time as a choreographer on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and his appearances in several Broadway musicals, it definitely seems like all the clues point to Hall as the identity behind the Bull costume.
Fans won’t know for sure until Bull is unmasked during the finale. He might not have won “American Idol” but fans have their fingers crossed that he’ll be able to score a win this time.
“The Masked Singer” finale airs Wednesday, December 15, on Fox.