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    16 Famous People Who Were Unmasked On Season 4 Of "The Masked Singer"

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    Last night was the Season 4 finale of The Masked Singer, and we finally learned the identities of the famous people hiding under the Sun, Mushroom, and Crocodile masks.

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    But before I reveal their true identities, let's take a moment to remember all the celebs who appeared on the show this season:

    16. Dragon — Busta Rhymes

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    Standout performance: "Mama Said Knock You Out" by LL Cool J

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The clues talked about a "quest," which was supposed to be a reference to his collab with A Tribe Called Quest.

    2) The clues also showed "Lairz," which was a parody of MTV Cribs, which he appeared on during Season 1. He also has a song called "MTV Cribs."

    3) There was a barbell in the clue package, which was a nod to Busta's muscular physique and his love of weightlifting.

    15. Gremlin — Mickey Rourke

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    Standout performance: "Stand by Me" by Ben E. King

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The clue package showed an iron, which was a nod to Mickie's role as Ivan Vanko in Iron Man 2.

    2) The clues also mentioned the phrase "loves to cook," which was a reference to his pen name, Eddie Cook.

    3) There were references to wrestling and boxing, since Mickey is a former boxer and was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in The Wrestler.

    14. Giraffe — Brian Austin Green

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    Standout performance: "Get Down on It" by Kool & the Gang

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The clues were presented in a carnival theme, which was a nod to Brian's album One Stop Carnival.

    2) The clue package showed the Giraffe with a robin on its shoulder, which was meant to be Robin Thicke, Brian's childhood neighbor and best friend.

    3) One of the clues mentioned a peach, which Brian revealed was a reference to the Peach Pit diner on his show 90210.

    4) The Fox from Season 2 also made an appearance, which was actually a reference to Brian's ex-wife, Megan Fox.

    5) He talked about his brain being scrambled, and the word "brain" unscrambled is "Brian."

    13. Baby Alien — Mark Sanchez

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    Standout performance: "It's Time" by Imagine Dragons

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The clue package showed a hot dog, which was a reference to the NFL moment when he ate a hot dog on the sidelines and went viral for it.

    2) There were also roses in the clue package, which was a nod to the time he led the USC Trojans to a Rose Bowl victory and was their MVP.

    3) The clues showed the Liberty Bell and cheesesteaks, which were a reference to his time playing for the Philadelphia Eagles.

    12. Lips — Wendy Williams

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    Standout performance: "Native New Yorker" by Odyssey

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The clue package showed fire, which was meant to be a nod to Wendy's autobiography, Wendy's Got the Heat, and the "Hot Topics" segment on her show.

    2) There was also a jersey with the number 12, which was a reference to Wendy's upbringing in New Jersey and her show's current 12th season.

    3) The clues showed a "West Wing" clue, which was actually supposed to hint at Wendy's initials, W.W.

    11. Squiggly Monster — Bob Saget

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    Standout performance: "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" by the Rolling Stones

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The slips and falls in the clue package were a nod to Bob's time hosting America's Funniest Home Videos.

    2) The clues also mentioned "1/100 lives," which was a reference to 1 vs. 100, the game show he hosted.

    3) There were DJ and teddy bear clues, which were both Full House hints for DJ Tanner and the teddy bear song Danny Tanner sang with Uncle Jesse and Joey.

    10. Snow Owls — Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black

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    Standout performance: "The Prayer" by Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The clue package showed a hobby horse, which was a nod to the movie Flicka: Country Pride, which Clint and Lisa both starred in.

    2) The clues also showed a long branch, which was a reference to Clint's birthplace, Long Branch, New Jersey.

    3) There was a spinning Dallas basketball, which referenced Lisa's time on the Dallas spinoff Knots Landing.

    9. Whatchamacallit — Lonzo Ball

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    Standout performance: "I Wish" by Skee-Lo

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) There were three bees in the clue package, which were meant to represent Lonzo's clothing-and-shoe company, Big Baller Brand.

    2) The clues showed coffee brewing and a lake, which were both references to teams he's played on, the Brewers and the Lakers.

    3) The clue package also showed gelatin and marshmallows, which were references to his brothers "Gelo" and "Melo."

    4) There were jets and a panther shown in the clues, which were supposed to represent the NFL teams his father, LaVar Ball, played on.

    8. Serpent — Dr. Elvis Francois

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    Standout performance: "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by the Proclaimers

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The clues showed scrubs, X-rays, and an ambulance, which represented his career as an orthopedic surgeon.

    2) The clue package also mentioned "imagine," which was a nod to the viral video of Dr. Elvis singing "Imagine" to his patients.

    3) Peanut butter, bananas, and bacon clues were meant to represent Elvis Presley, Dr. Elvis's namesake.

    7. Broccoli — Paul Anka

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    Standout performance: "Hello" by Lionel Richie

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) There were three mariachi singers in the clue package, which represented Paul's album Amigos.

    2) The clues showed a Jason mask, which was a nod to Paul's famous son-in-law, Jason Bateman.

    3) The clues also showed a soup can, which hinted at the Campbell's Soup contest that launched his career.

    4) There was a number 26, and Broccoli mentioned working with "the big cheese," and when Paul was 26 years old, he wrote "My Way" for Frank Sinatra.

    6. Popcorn — Taylor Dayne

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    Standout performance: "Better Be Good to Me" by Tina Turner

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The clues showed a heart monitor, which was supposed to represent her hit song "With Every Beat of My Heart."

    2) The clue package showed cats, which were a nod to the time Taylor starred as Grizabella in Merry-Go-Round's production of Cats.

    3) The clues also showed matzoh ball soup, which hinted at the time she beat Joey Fatone on the show Celebrity Cook-Off.

    4) A hair crimper and Rubik's Cube were shown to indicate that she was popular in the '80s.

    5. Jellyfish — Chloe Kim

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    Standout performance: "Don't Start Now" by Dua Lipa

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The clues showed a golden throne with gold pipes, which was a nod to her gold Olympic medal win for the half-pipe.

    2) The clue package showed a tic-tac-toe board with four X's, which represented Chloe's reign as a four-time X Games gold medalist.

    3) An angelfish also appeared in the clues, which hinted at Chloe's cameo in the 2019 reboot of Charlie's Angels.

    4. Seahorse — Tori Kelly

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    Standout performance: "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) In the clue package, there was a double lasso, which was meant to represent Tori's two Grammy Award wins.

    2) There was a Christmas wreath in the clue package, which hinted at Tori's new Christmas album, A Tori Kelly Christmas.

    3) The clues also made references to her songs, like clocks with wings for "Time Flies," two baby dolls for "Baby, Baby," and a smile with a broken tooth for "Unbreakable Smile."

    3. Crocodile — Nick Carter

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    Standout performance: "Open Arms" by Journey

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The clues showed a Slip 'N Slide, and Crocodile said he was in a cult classic movie, which were both references to his appearance in Edward Scissorhands, where he played a kid playing on a Slip 'N Slide.

    2) Crocodile also shared a story about his father not believing in him, but when he finally earned his first $100, he gave it to his father and his father cried "actual crocodile tears and believed in me" — a story that is almost word for word from Nick's autobiography, Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It.

    3) The clue package talked about Crocodile growing up in the limelight and making people swoon, which referred to his Backstreet Boy days.

    2. Mushroom — Aloe Blacc

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    Standout performance: "This Woman's Work" by Kate Bush

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) The clue package showed a BUNCH of Hamilton clues, and Aloe sang on the Hamilton mixtape.

    2) Mushroom also said, "The name that I go by now was not my name when I first sprouted," which refers to "Aloe Blacc," his stage name, and "Egbert Nathaniel Dawkins III," his birth name.

    3) The clue package also showed an alarm clock, which was a nod to Aloe and Avicii's hit song "Wake Me Up."

    4) He said that he started "in the rat race, at a job that may surprise you," which was meant to reference Aloe's corporate office job before his music career took off.

    1. Sun — LeAnn Rimes

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    Standout performance: "When the Party's Over" by Billie Eilish

    Biggest clues revealed: 1) Part of Sun's clue package focused on setting records and even showed some blueberries, which was a nod to LeAnn's Grammy-winning song "Blue," which she won when she was 14, naming her the youngest person to ever win a Grammy.

    2) The clues also showed a fire-breather, which was a reference to her album Spitfire.

    3) There's a jaguar in the clues, which was a nod to LeAnn's children's book, Jag, which is about a young jaguar.

    4) The clue package also said that she knew "how to shine like a torch even during the freezing winter," and LeAnn performed "Light the Fire Within" for the 2002 Winter Olympics.

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