Season 6 of “The Masked Singer” has unfortunately come to an end.
Although this season witnessed the fantastic performances of Faith Evans, Katharine McPhee, and even “Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson, the season came down to a final showdown between the Bull and the Queen of Hearts.
It was a close call between the natural performer, the Bull, and the impressive vocal power of Queen of Hearts. For the finale, the Bull sang “You Gotta Be” by Des’ree and “Invisible” by Hunter Hayes. For her final performance, the Queen of Hearts sang “What’s Goin On” by Marvin Gaye and “Firework” by Katy Perry.
In the end, Bull was chosen for elimination, making the Queen of Hearts the winner of season 6 of “The Masked Singer!”
Who Was The Bull?
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The judges were all over the place on this one! Judge Robin Thicke guessed Sisquo, Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg guessed Adam Lambert, Ken Jeong guessed Taye Diggs, and Nicole Scherzinger guessed Todrick Hall.
Only Nicole guessed correctly when host Nick Cannon unmasked the Bull to reveal Todrick Hall!
After the show, Hall took to Instagram to post several behind-the-scenes photos of his time on “The Masked Singer.”
“What a crazy ride this has been, before the pandemic I wouldn’t have been confident enough to agree to be on @maskedsingerfox but I promised myself that I would do things that scared me, and welp this did,” he wrote.
“Becoming the bull has been such a fun journey, and thank you all for your support! I’ll never forget this incredi-BULL experience,” he added before teasing that there were plenty more behind-the-scenes pictures to come!
During a post-unmasking interview, Hall revealed that he performed on the show to branch out to new audiences and secure an entirely new fanbase. If that was his goal, then Bull definitely came out a winner, as fans can’t wait to see what Bull is going to do next!
Who Was The Queen Of Hearts?
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On Instagram, Jewel revealed that she took on the costume because “my life has been about championing my heart- and advocating for the heart of others.”
“Performing on @maskedsingerfox was fun for me, because it allowed me to pay homage to songs that inspired me to be a songwriter and a singer in the first place, like La Vie En Rose and She’s Got You,” she added. “Those have long been favorites, and being able to pour myself into these heroic songs to challenge myself vocally was really wonderful. I worked hard on all the arrangements and fell in love with each song.”
“It was also fun because I was able to pull from all genres and all eras, which a person rarely gets to do,” she continued. “That is why I was inspired to release all the songs I chose; I had so much fun interpreting these songs that I wanted to share them!”