When a new season of Masked Singer starts, many famous people will be hiding behind elaborate masks, and Twitter will be full of guesses from people watching at home. And we’re here to help you figure out which famous people are hiding behind these new masks that are crazier than ever.
All of the contestants in Season 9 have sold 95,231,000 records, been nominated for 28 Emmys, written 26 books, made 10 gold albums, won six Grammys, received five-lifetime achievement awards, five medals, four Golden Globe nods, four stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and been nominated for two Tony Awards.
The singers might try to confuse the crowd, but we’ll be on the lookout for small hints. Think we can figure out who these people are before Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger, and Robin Thicke? Ok, so let’s begin.
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Our group’s outfit for the season is a California Roll. They are a huge group of five, making them the biggest group in the history of Masked Singer. They want to show that there is strength in numbers and that their acts are as tasty as the rice and fish they are wearing.
Who is The Masked Singer’s California Rolls?
Want to see what other people think? Use #CaliforniaRollMask on social media to follow the mask. The opinions of the judges are as follows:
Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg – She and Robin Thicke both think it’s the world-famous acapella group Pentatonix.
Nicole Scherzinger – She also goes the acapella way by guessing the cast of Pitch Perfect.
Ken Jeong – He believes that the High School Musical cast is “all in this together” this season.
We’re betting on Jenny and Robin in Pentatonix. No matter what they look like, their sound is easy to recognize. The hint package says that the group has performed with both Dolly Parton and Snoop, and that is true.
A number of individual events were also mentioned, such as Kirstin Maldonado’s time on Broadway, Mitch Grassi’s side job as a DJ, and Ken Olusola’s wedding.
They also talked about going to Los Angeles “on the 10,” which is a famous highway that goes from California to Texas and is where Maldonado, Grassi, and Scott Hoying met and started Pentatonix.