Group A set the bar pretty high for Season 6 of The Masked Singer, and Group B did the same for their first episode. Group B includes Queen of Hearts, Mallard, Cupcake, Banana Split and Dalmation. In case you weren’t able to catch their premiere episode live, make sure you check out FuboTV (which is offering a free trial to new subscribers) to watch subsequent episodes live. While Dalmation was eliminated at the end of the Sept. 29 episode, the remaining competitors are still in the running. Yet, their identities are still a mystery. That might have you wondering — who is the Mallard? end of the Sept. 29 episode
Season 6, Episode 5 – “Date Night”
Mallard began by sharing that he met his wife in the fourth grade. A man dressed in a blonde wig and a duckbill played the part of Mallard’s wife, chewing on an apple in the clue package. He said that he could still remember when he first saw her and said that her hair reminded him of iced tea. The Mallard asked his now-wife on a moonlight hike and she agreed. Interestingly enough, Mallard said that his wife (who has been donning a face mask to keep her identity a mystery) has been in the studio supporting him during his time on the show. Although, he did say that having her there was making him a little more nervous.
The Mallard showcased his swag, performing a rendition of Flo Rida’s “My House.” Robin Thicke believed that he correctly figured out Mallard’s identity, particularly after the masked singer said that his favorite attribute about his appearance is his dimples. Thicke guessed Freddie Prinze Jr. Ken Jeong went a different route, guessing Nick Offerman. Jenny McCarthy also had a wild guess with Jon Bon Jovi
Season 6, Episode 3 – “Group B Premiere”
Straight from his lavish carriage, Mallard explained that he has both a bestselling book and a platinum album, making him a real heavy-hitter. He traveled to a ticket booth that contained a cowboy boot in it. Mallard then said that one of his first businesses was selling worms, which he exemplified by doing just that in the package. The masked singer also shared how he was a human jukebox when he was growing up and said that it worked by putting a quarter in his armpit. The other clues for the Mallard included a figurine of a deer and a framed photo of his “BFF,” Chris Pratt.
Mallard brought the swag for a performance of Big & Rich’s “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy).” After his performance, the Mallard said that “with a face like this,” he’s used to disguising himself. The judges didn’t waste any time in sharing some great guesses for the Mallard, with Robin Thicke suggesting Garth Brooks and Ken Jeong thought of Billy Ray Cyrus. Meanwhile, Jenny McCarthy and Nicole Scherzinger listed off a slew of country artists including Jason Aldean and Sam Hunt.