After the Trolls managed to leave The Masked Singer stage in chaos last week, it’s now time for a fun Disco night. The group intros are now all complete, meaning that the contestants from each group will return to perform once again until only a few of them remain.
The Masked Singer is a one-of-a-kind competition series that has various familiar people from Hollywood and the music world dress up as stunning monsters or other creatures and perform while wearing those disguises.
The judging panel has to guess who the singer could be based on the tiny little hints given before or after the performance. Following all of the entertaining performances, the contestant who gets the least number of votes is made to remove their mask and reveal their true identity.
For “Trolls Night,” the episode starts with an introduction to two of the famous Trolls showing up on the sets of The Masked Singer. Promoting their new film Trolls Band Together, Poppy and Branch sing and dance on Better Place, which is a song from their upcoming movie.
The first contestant to perform is Anteater, who was introduced in the last episode and managed to come out safe from elimination. His life’s hints show that he’s someone who is involved with many cars and has a country style. Anteater performs one of the Backstreet Boys’ popular songs, “I Want It That Way.”
His voice seemed too familiar to the judges, and after the performance ended, the judges guessed that the person behind the costume was someone like Willie Nelson or John Mellencamp.
Following the Anteater, Candelabra sings the song All My Life, which is one of K-Cl and Jojo’s popular songs. With her beautiful voice and choice of song, the whole audience and the judges fell in love with the performance.
Nick feels that Candelabra’s someone he knows but has no idea who it exactly is. Meanwhile, the Trolls are busy causing chaos on the sets of The Masked Singer. Candelabra gives hints, which makes the judges assume she could be either Keyshia Cole or Kelly Rowland.
Mr. Donut then came up to the stage with his sweet costume and performed “I Do” by 98 Degrees. The judges stood up once again for his performance and then guessed that Mr. Donut could be a well-known person like Liam Neeson, Tom Jones, or Engelbert Humperdinck.
For the special Wildcard entry, the contestant to be showing up is Cuddle Monster. The adorable monster performs “You Got It” by New Kids In The Block. The hint that Cuddle Monster provides makes guesses like Dennis Rodman & Shaq come from the judging panel.
After the votes are collected, the results show that Cuddle Monster and Anteater would be performing for the elimination. Although both of these singers had strong performances, the one to be eliminated last week was Metta World Peace, an NBA Champion.
Release Date & Where to Watch
Episode 8 of The Masked Singer season 10 will be coming out on November 29th, 2023. All-new episodes of the costume and singing challenge will be aired on Wednesdays, with each episode lasting for a total of 60 minutes.
Groups of these talented creatures will be returning to perform once again on a fresh episode from FOX at 8:00 PM ET & 7:00 PM CT (for American viewers). These entertaining episodes of The Masked Singer will also be available to stream later through Hulu, YouTube TV, CTV (Canadians), and Apple TV.
The Masked Singer episode release times in other countries:
- United Kingdom: 1:00 AM, Thursday, November 30th, 2023.
- Philippines: 9:00 AM, Thursday, November 30th, 2023.
- Australia: 12:00 PM, Thursday, November 30th, 2023.
- Germany: 2:00 AM, Thursday, November 30th, 2023.
- Canada: 8:00 PM, Wednesday, November 29th, 2023.
For the special Disco Night, The Trammps will be invited to join the judges in this celebration, which will involve legendary disco music. As for the competition, group A will be showing up on the stage once again, and this time, it will be two contestants who will be removing their masks.
The only thing that could prevent the singers from going home would be the “Ding Dong Keep It On” Bell that a judge rings when they’d like to see a contestant continue despite receiving fewer votes.