Broadcast Personality Revealed on ‘The Masked Singer’: Watch

Sir Lion, it turns out, wasn’t king of the weird jungle that is The Masked Singer.

TV songs was the theme for Wednesday night’s (March 27) episode of Fox’s celebrity singing contest, which saw Clock (“Good Times”), Lizard (“Scooby Doo, Where Are You?”), Poodle Moth (“Unwritten” from The Hills), and the big cat ( “Love and Marriage” from Married With Children) belt out the small screen hits.

Lizard, for the second consecutive week, and Sir Lion accumulated the lowest votes on the night, and faced off for their future on the show.

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The pair tangled with “Who Are You” by the Who, the theme for The Masked Singer.

The Lizard lives on, the Bridgerton-channeling Sir Lion is out. Under the feline mask was Billy Bush, the radio and TV personality, host of Fox’s Extra, who became the subject of international news when, during the 2016 presidential campaign, video resurfaced of him and Donald Trump engaged in a crude conversation.

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“I am not a great singer,” he said during his exit interview with The Masked Singer host Nick Cannon. “If you can’t get them with the lips, get them with the hips. I like to distract a little bit.”

For viewers back home, Bush had some advice: Tackle your fears (The Masked Singer being his). “If you’ve ever done something that’s a little on the scary side — like, this is scary. I’m shaking back there — say ‘yes’. Do it. I had a ball.”

Bush as Sir Lion follows the exit of Joe Bastianich (as Spaghetti & Meatballs), Savannah Chrisley (as Afghan Hound) and Kevin Hart (as Book) in this 11th season of Fox’s quirky singing competition.

Cannon returns as host of The Masked Singer, which features the returning judges Robin Thicke, McCarthy-Wahlberg, Ken Jeong and newbie Rita Ora, who is filling in for Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger, who had a stint on London West End performing in Sunset Boulevard.

Watch Sir Lion’s unmasking below.

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