The bride goes there. The Avocado is toast.
Yes, there was a Comedy Roast Night The Mask Singer Wednesday – with special guests Jon Lovitz and Drew “The Llama” Carey – but neither of the aforementioned celebrity cosplayers had the last laugh. As is typical for this frustrating season of weekly double evictions, the Bride and the Avocado went home by the end of Wednesday’s hour-long episode.
Well, at least the bride – last week queen in charge, or King, since this purple Barney-esque bridezilla turned out to be a dude – lasted two episodes. But it was a shock that it was on the first weekend, as he had just delivered a “royal” rendition of Billy Idol’s “White Wedding” — a performance “with plenty of Rex appeal” that had the judge Jenny McCarthy- on. Wahlberg said, “Here comes the bride, ready to capture that Singer Mask trophy!”
But the voters spoke now or never when they were at ease, and left the Bride stranded by the Singer Mask altar. Apparently so was not such a nice day for a white wedding after all.
The judges thought this Frankenstein-like bride could be the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea (they guessed it each year), Matthew McConaughey (???), Vin Diesel, or David Arquette. Last week, I guessed that it was a rockin’ wrestler and Chris Jericho frontman Fozzy, with some backup guesses that Brian Johnson AC/DC, Brian Queen May, Sammy Hagar (Nicole Scherzinger guess that’s really as well), or even Axl Rose. .
But it turns out I should have just followed my instincts… because when the Bride’s veil was removed, he did indeed cease to be Jericho.
“Chris, you need to talk to us, man. What on earth made you a pink dinosaur wearing a wedding dress?” Asked the host Nick Cannon, the wrestler said, “It was always inside me all my life, and finally I was to do it. Now, I have to tell you, I’m surprised , because I had a great time. the costume was amazing; it’s the best costume I’ve seen on the show. And I’m disappointed I hit an avocado.”
But the Avocado’s Singer Mask Dreams would soon be shattered like so much guacamole. After losing the battle Royale against this week’s other new mystery contestant, the Snowstorm, on “You’re So Vain” (comedy roast dedicated to judge Robin Thicke), it was also time for the Avocado to go down .
And that was the pits, as this delightful green giant delivered a fun old time (and surprisingly in tune) performance of the Ray Charles classic. “You are an entertainer, and you really made us laugh. Thank you, thank you, thank you,” gushed judge Ken Jeong. But apparently the Avocado’s song choice, “Hit the Road, John,” was a little too prophetic.
The judges thought it might be Harrison Ford (that’s Nicole, who was in this guac star). no the bad reviewer Ken!), Tim Allen, Joe Rogan, Dax Shepard, or Marc Maron, but it was another superstar on-air personality, comedian, actor and podcaster: Adam Carolla.
“You know, since I was a young boy growing up in North Hollywood, California, I dreamed of this moment. And a little 47 years later, here I am,” Adam deadpanned. “So, this is a dream come true. And if I die tonight – well, I’m going to be pissed, really.”
So, this means Season 8 has a new reigning queen: Snowstorm, who according to Jenny “dominated the competition,” with her stone-cold solo performance of “Thank U, Next.” Her voice was not as big as Ariana’s, but the pop singers on the panel, Robin and Nicole, were very familiar. Nicole even said, “You have one of the freshest tones of the entire season. … That’s a pop star voice, right there!”
So, now it’s time to see the tips…
Snowstorm said that she has to be “cold-blooded” to survive in her male-dominated line of work and that she could be a “total lizard,” but she’s actually “the sweetest thing.” She started working at the age of 18, it took “kind of 2″ years to see herself on screen,” and “things weren’t always perfect,” but “bombing left her fearless.” She has also shared the stage with everyone from Rob Lowe to Ken Jeong himself. Visual cues included roasted chestnuts, a “Masked Universe” comic book, and “speed-dating”.
The judges thought Snowstorm could have been Anna Kendrick, Heather Graham, Katherine Hahn, Iliza Shlesinger, Aubrey Plaza, Whitney Cummings, or Zooey Deschanel – all reasonable guesses, although the voices didn’t sound like a hoot distinctively indie Zooey. I’m actually going to make a tentative guess that this is a comic, perfect TV special star, and Rob Lowe-roaster Nikki Glaser. It sounds like her.
Can Snowstorm, whoever she is, brave the elements for one more episode and make it to the Season 8 semifinals—or will a newly crowned king or queen be frozen out of the competition? Listen to next Wednesday’s Fright Night themed episode to find out.
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