Group B has officially entered the scene on The Masked Singer. The group, which includes Queen of Hearts, Mallard, Cupcake, Banana Split and Dalmation. The Dalmation was eliminated at the end of the Sept. 29 episode (fans can watch all of the action on The Masked Singer live thanks to a free trial of FuboTV for new subscribers if you don’t want to miss a moment). Since the identities of the remaining competitors naturally remains a mystery, you might be wondering who they are behind the masks. In particular, who is the Queen of Hearts?
Season 6, Episode 5 – “Date Night”
The Queen of Hearts said, while gazing at a vase full of pink flowers next to a pink feather pen, that when it comes to her love life, she has “loved and lost.” But, that hasn’t prevented her from getting back on the horse. The Queen of Hearts then suggested that they make this a dating profile. She could be seen swiping through some famous faces on The Masked Singer’s dating app, which included Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, a joker, a couch surfer, a sour doughboy, a man named Austin Tatious, and a fly guy.
The Queen of Hearts did something new for her performance, choosing to sing a song in French. She performed Edith Piaf’s “La Vie en Rose.” After their performance, Robin Thicke said that it was one of the best vocal showings in Masked Singer history. Ken Jeong thought that it could be Alec Baldwin’s daughter Ireland Baldwin while Thicke suggested Ashley Judd. Nicole Scherzinger thought that it could be either Lady Gaga or Miley Cyrus.
Season 6, Episode 3 – “Group B Premiere”
The Queen of Hearts strutted her stuff when she emerged onto the stage, and her clue package had just as much spice. The judges quickly picked up on the Queen of Hearts’ strong southern accent as she shared her backstory. As a clock struck 10 p.m., she accepted a concoction from what appeared to be the Tin Man straight out of The Wizard of Oz. She was then transported into a life-size chessboard where she had to navigate the ghostly scene. Interestingly enough, there was also a framed photo of actor Hilary Swank with “BFF” across it.
The Queen of Hearts then performed a lovely rendition of Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way.” After her performance, host Nick Cannon asked why she chose to be the Queen of Hearts, to which she explained that she wanted to be a “megaphone of heart” amid the noisiness of the world right now. The judges’ guesses were all across the board, with Nicole Scherzinger suggesting Britney Spears, Jenny McCarthy guessed Fergie, and Ken Jeong thought of Renee Zellweger.
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