The season 2 finale of The Masked Singer airs on Wednesday, December 18 at 8/7c on FOX. By the end of the two-hour episode, all three finalists will be unmasked and one winner will be awarded the golden trophy.
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‘The Masked Singer’ Season 2 Finale Preview
Fox’s official synopsis for the episode 12 finale, entitled “Road to the Finals; Season Finale: And the Winner Takes It All and Takes It Off,” reads “Relive all the fan-favorite moments and best performances from the second season. Then, the three finalists compete for the golden mask trophy, and one by one their identities will be revealed, including the winner.” The episode airs from 8pm until 10pm, and you should expect that the first hour will be a season recap before the new finale episode actually begins at 9pm.
The final three masked contestants are the Flamingo, the Fox, and the Rottweiler. All three finalists are extremely strong singers and excellent performers, so it’s really anyone’s season to win. While we may not know who will win the golden trophy in the end, what we do know is that, by the end of the episode, we will know the identities of all three celebrity finalists, performing under the guises of their masks.
In the episodes leading up to the final 12th episode, 13 celebrities were revealed as eliminated competitors. Johnny Weir was the Egg, Ninja was the Ice Cream, Laila Ali was the Panda, Dr. Drew Pinsky was the Eagle, Paul Shaffer was the Skeleton, Sherri Shepherd was the Penguin, Raven-Symone was the Black Widow, Kelly Osbourne was the Ladybug, Patti LaBelle was the Flower, Ana Gasteyer was the Tree, Michelle Williams was the Butterfly, Seal was the Leopard, and Victor Oladipo was the Thingamajig.
The season 2 finale will feature final clue packages and performances from the final three contestants and guesses from the panel of celebrity judges, Ken Jeong, Nicole Scherzinger, Jenny McCarthy, and Robin Thicke, as well as the show’s host Nick Cannon.
While December 18 marks the end of The Masked Singer season 2, fans of the show don’t have long to wait until season 3 begins in 2020. The season 3 premiere date is Sunday, February 2, immediately after the Super Bowl. After that premiere episode airs, the show will air the rest of its season’s episodes in The Masked Singer‘s normal Wednesday night primetime programming slot. So far, only the Banana has been revealed as a masked season 3 competitor.
Tune in to the season 2 finale of The Masked Singer, airing Wednesday, December 18 at 8/7c on FOX.