The Masked Singer Double Elimination: Crab and Seashell Singers Revealed
Spoiler Alert: The following piece contains results and revelations from The Masked Singer season 5 episode 7, which aired April 21 on Fox.
The two-hour extravaganza on The Masked Singer saw a double elimination that concluded the evening with just six contestants remaining from the "Super 8."
Among those who had to leave the stage were the Crab and the Seashell, resulting in a heavy blow to the beach.
Crab and Seashell Revealed
The viewers also saw the talents behind the masked Crab and Seashell. If you didn't already know, behind the crab outfit was Bobby Brown, and donning the seashell costume was Tamera Mowry-Housley.
Only Nichole Scherzinger got the Seashell unmasking right. Ken Jeong chose Sarah Silverman, Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg named Vanessa Hudgens, Robin Thicke went with Haylie Duff. Guest panelist Rita Wilson's guess was Scout Willis.
As for Crab, two panelists Jeong and Wahlberg, got it right with Brown. Thicke's pick was Ray Parker Jr., while Scherzinger thought it was Keith Sweat. Rita went with Martin Lawrence on this one.
Brown Came On-board for His Kids
In Brown's case, a few other audience members also made the right call. The Brown family has been following the show since the day it aired, especially the kids are huge fans. They are the reason why he decided to do the show in the first place.
... knowing that we were big fans and knowing how my kids reacted to watching this show. I just thought it would be a good idea to try and trick them, see if they could get me.
He confessed that he came on board the show because he wanted to surprise his kids. “Tonight, they’ll be able to say see, we told you that it was you daddy,” the proud father added.
For his final act, Brown performed In the Air Tonight by Phil Collins. Previously, he did Ain’t No Sunshine by Bill Withers and Give It To Me Baby by Rick James.
From Inside The Seashell
Going back to Seashell, better known as Mowry, she came on the show to relive her singing and performing days. She hadn't sung on a stage since her teenage years, and she confessed that she did want to get back in touch with the performer in her.
The actress began her career in the entertainment industry as a part of a singing group called Voices when she was 14 years old.
However, soon after, she picked up the pilot for Sister, Sister as Tamera Campbell which turned out to be a career-defining role. Her life took a turn to acting, but she always had this "what if?" in her mind.
On top of that, she was also excited by the idea of people seeing the performance for what it really was. Now, she plans to actively pursue singing with a gospel album and musicals.