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Season 4 episode 2 recap: The Masked Singer takes the stage on September 30 [UPDATED LIVE BLOG]

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It’s a brand new week on the mysterious singer, which means it is time to meet an entirely new group of secret celebrity couples.

It’s a brand new week on “The Masked Singer”, which means it is time to meet an entirely new group of secret celebrity couples. During the second episode of Wednesday, America received its first view of group B, consisting of Baby Alien, Crocodile, Gremlin, Seahorse, Serpent and Whatchamacallit. The six singers gave it their all on the stage in front of a virtual audience (that is correct the different shots of the live crowd are from previous seasons), with five of them coming into the next round. This meant that a costumed character was removed and forced to reveal their true identity.

Keep refreshing this “Masked Singer” live blog for the latest updates.

8:20 p.m. — “Previously on ‘The Masked Singer”!” Group A performed in the first episode before host Nick Cannon and panelists Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong and Nicole Scherzinger. All advanced to the next round, while the Dragon received the lowest number of votes. He then removed his blistery mask to reveal rapper Busta Rhymes Nick told the ex-Dragon “I felt like I was in an oxygen tank without oxygen”. Who will be revealed tonight?

8 :15 p.m. — Kicking the things off is the Crocodile who sails out with a lot of serious swagger in his glittering pink pantsuit. Here are the clues: Becoming a crocodile was a “natural selection” because he is happiest in water. Since he was a child, he was forced to develop a thick skin and grew up surrounded in Hollywood by heartache and instability. A Finnish flag is seen on stage, a crooner and a fish inside a pineapple. Crocodiles are known for being cold-blooded, but he is just a warm, sensitive creature who wants to be welcomed back. In his clue package, we also see a prominent hotel in the box. Crocodile is singing Bon Jovi ’s song, “It’s My Life”, and he certainly has some chops to boot. He has a raspy voice that translates well within the rock genre and he has a natural stage presence. I definitely think that Crocodile is a veteran singer. The panel believes that crocodiles could be John Hamm, Nick Lachey or Donnie Wahlberg.

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