Furry Extravaganza on “The Masked Singer” Season 3…

“Group B” of Season 3 on The Masked Singer is currently in play, and 2/3 of the contestants were furry in the kickoff episode, with performances given by Mouse, Kitty, Frog, and Elephant as well as foodstuff costumed performers Taco and Banana. I swear that I’m not making this up!   Besides, you just haven’t lived until you’ve heard an Elvis Presley standard performed by someone in a ludicrous banana outfit…but that’s A Little Too Much Conversation…

While all of the performances on this episode were strong, my personal fave was Frog, who together with Zoot-suit dressed dancers gave a memorable rendition of M.C. Hammer’s U Can’t Touch This in a mixture of rap meets the age of swing.  While Masked Singer is a singing competition, the dance elements are what can really bring excitement to a performance, plus this Frog has a sense of fashion, and wears purple really well!  Kitty brought kind of a burlesque vibe to her presentation that was sensual almost to the point of creepiness, performing Dangerous Woman by Ariana Grande.  A favorite of the panel, it’s hard to look away from her differently-colored eyes that kind of draw you in…Meow!

When all was sang and done, the performer known as Elephant who  performed Friday I’m in Love by The Cure garnered fewest votes, and so was voted off.  He was revealed to be skateboarding legend Tony Hawk.  Note the fox accompanying him on guitar; my people are everywhere...


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4 Comments on “Furry Extravaganza on “The Masked Singer” Season 3…”

  1. carycomic Says:

    Funny! i didn’t see them tailing Josh Gates’ friends on their search for the Tek-tek (Cambodian version of Bigfoot) when I watched last night’s episode of EXPEDITION UNKNOWN.

    On a somewhat more serious: today marks the 20th anniversary plus one week since Charles Schulz passed away. Thanks for all those decades of pleasant reading and joyous TV-viewing, Sparky!

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    • carycomic Says:

      Good news! I just saw CALL OF THE WILD over the weekend. And it’s more faithful to the original book than any previous film version. 🙂

      Bad news! As a result of their purchase by Disney, the production company is now called “20th Century Studios.” 😦

      In short? They’ve gotten the “Fox” out of there. 😉

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      • vulpesffb Says:

        It’s hard to go wrong with Harrison Ford…but I’ve read that the film may not be commercially successful. At least one more “Indiana Jones” film seems likely!

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        • carycomic Says:

          I wouldn’t be against that. If only to restore some kind of continuity with the ABC series called THE YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES!


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