'The Masked Singer' Reveals the Kangaroo (Video)

Just seven contestants remain

(Warning: This post contains spoilers for Wednesday’s “The Masked Singer.”)

Following last week’s supersize “Masked Singer” special — which brought together Season 3’s nine remaining contestants from Groups A, B and C for the first time, with one being eliminated/unmasked by the end — tonight’s episode switched things up a bit by featuring only four of the eight competitors still standing. And once they were done battling it out, we lost yet another masked singer.

During the hour, Kangaroo faced off against Night Angel, and Turtle took on Astronaut. Kangaroo and Astronaut were deemed the weaker performers in those pairings, and so they had to face off in one of the show’s fan-favorite “smackdown” rounds.

After those two sang their respective songs in hopes of staying in the game, it was time for “Masked Singer” panelists Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger, Ken Jeong and Robin Thicke, along with guest judge Yvette Nicole Brown and the studio audience, to choose the “weakest” contestant for elimination.

They picked Kangaroo, who had performed both Jordin Sparks’ “No Air” and Donna Summer’s “Hot Stuff.” She was unmasked and revealed to be model and reality TV star Jordyn Woods.

Along with Kangaroo, the previously eliminated Season 3 contestants include White Tiger (Rob Gronkowski), T-Rex (Jojo Siwa), Swan (Bella Thorne), Bear (Sarah Palin), Taco (Tom Bergeron), Mouse (Dionne Warwick), Elephant (Tony Hawk), Miss Monster (Chaka Khan), Llama (Drew Carey) and Robot (Lil Wayne).

The four remaining contestants who didn’t compete on tonight’s episode but will be featured next week are Banana, Frog, Kitty and Rhino.

Between the 18 masked celebrities that have competed on Season 3, they have a “combined 69 Grammy Award nominations, 88 Gold records, 11 Super Bowl appearances, three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, more than 160 tattoos and one title in the Guinness Book of World Records,” according to Fox.

You can watch Kangaroo’s unmasking via the video below and her performance of “No Air” above.

Readers can find TheWrap’s interview with Woods about her time on “The Masked Singer” here.

“The Masked Singer” airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Fox.

15 New Midseason TV Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers: From 'Duncanville' to 'Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist' (Photos)

  • When it comes to broadcast TV, winter is typically no fall — but a few of this year’s new midseason shows could have made the cut for an earlier start, ratings-wise. TheWrap has ranked all of 2020’s midseason series premieres — so far — by their “live” total-viewer tallies. Spinoffs of Fox’s “9-1-1” and CBS’ “FBI” had impressive starts, The CW’s “Riverdale” offshoot did not. Scroll through our gallery for the Nielsen returns for the 15 midseason shows that have debuted this season and check back for updates as more premiere. Least-watched is first, most-watched is last. Readers can find our Fall TV version of these rankings here here.

    Fox/NBC/CBS/The CW

  • Rank:  15     Show:   “Katy Keene”   Net:  The CW   Total Viewers: 568,000

    The CW

  • Rank:  14     Show:   “Duncanville”   Net:  Fox   Total Viewers: 1.5 million

    Fox

  • Rank:  13     Show:  “Flirty Dancing”   Net:  Fox   Total Viewers: 1.8 million* (*Time period premiere. Special post-NFL doubleheader series debut, which aired live across all timezones, earned 3.2 million viewers) 

    Fox

  • Rank:   12    Show:     “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist”*   Net:  NBC    Total Viewers: 2 million* (*Time period premiere. Sneak-peek preview of first episode got 2.7 million viewers)

    NBC

  • Rank:   11    Show:   “Indebted”  Net:  NBC   Total Viewers: 2.1 million

    NBC

  • Rank:  10     Show:   “For Life”   Net:  ABC   Total Viewers: 3.178 million

    ABC

  • Rank:   9    Show:   “Outmatched”   Net:  Fox   Total Viewers: 3.202 million

    Fox

  • Rank:   8   Show:   “Council of Dads”   Net:  NBC   Total Viewers: 3.9 million

    NBC

  • Rank:  7    Show:  “Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector”   Net:  NBC   Total Viewers: 4.4 million

    NBC

  • Rank:   6   Show:  “Deputy”    Net:  Fox   Total Viewers: 4.6 million

    Fox

  • Rank:   5    Show:   “Tommy”   Net:  CBS   Total Viewers: 4.787 million

    CBS

  • Rank:  4    Show:   “Lego Masters”   Net:  Fox   Total Viewers: 4.837 million

    Fox

  • Rank:   3    Show:  “9-1-1: Lone Star”   Net: Fox   Total Viewers: 5.8 million* (*Time period premiere. Special post-NFC Championship series debut earned 11.5 million viewers) 

    Fox

  • Rank:   2    Show:  “Broke”   Net:  CBS  Total Viewers: 7.05 million

    CBS

  • Rank:   1    Show:  “FBI: Most Wanted”   Net:  CBS  Total Viewers: 7.1 million

    CBS

Two spinoffs start off strong — one does not

When it comes to broadcast TV, winter is typically no fall — but a few of this year’s new midseason shows could have made the cut for an earlier start, ratings-wise. TheWrap has ranked all of 2020’s midseason series premieres — so far — by their “live” total-viewer tallies. Spinoffs of Fox’s “9-1-1” and CBS’ “FBI” had impressive starts, The CW’s “Riverdale” offshoot did not. Scroll through our gallery for the Nielsen returns for the 15 midseason shows that have debuted this season and check back for updates as more premiere. Least-watched is first, most-watched is last. Readers can find our Fall TV version of these rankings here here.

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