“The Masked Singer” moved on from its first crop of Season 3 contestants with its Wednesday episode, which introduced viewers to six more of the third season’s 18 competitors: Banana, Elephant, Kitty, Taco, Mouse and Frog.
Those masked singers are part of Group B, a lineup that will compete over the next two weeks until it’s been whittled down to three contestants — just as Group A was condensed to White Tiger, Turtle and Kangaroo over Season 3’s first three episodes — who will then move on to the finals. And the same will then happen with Group C.
Well, we already know at least one contestant who won’t be moving on: Elephant, who was the first Group B contestant eliminated and revealed to be skateboard legend Tony Hawk on last night’s episode. (You can read TheWrap’s interview
That’s a wipe out for Tony Hawk. The skateboarding legend became the first celebrity in “Group B” to be unmasked on Season 3 of “The Masked Singer,” which aired on Wednesday night.
Hawk, who was disguised as the Elephant, performed The Cure’s “Friday I’m in Love,” and the judges said he shredded. But it wasn’t enough to survive elimination.
“Coming from a non-singing background, I’ll give myself a ‘B,'” Hawk told Variety. “I think that I felt like I was in tune for the most part, and I remembered the lyrics, which is a frightening prospect. It’s very easy to mix up verses. I went with it the way I sing it in the car.”
None of the “Masked Singer” panel guessed Hawk,
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Below, read our minute-by-minute “The Masked Singer” recap of Season 3, Episode 4, titled “A Brand New Six Pack: Group B Kickoff,” to find out what happened Wednesday, February 19 at 8:00 p.m. Et/Pt. Then be sure to sound off in the comments section about your favorite costumed celebs on Fox’s reality TV
We’ve been doing lots of detective work since the first promotional ads aired touting their upcoming appearances on “The Masked Singer.” Of the six contestants competing in Group B, the one we are most sure of knowing is the Mouse. Keep reading for “The Masked Singer” spoilers on the name of the Mouse.
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The video for the Mouse is packed with clues that point us in the direction of Paris Hilton, the socialite turned reality TV star.
Every winner’s first after-party was the Governor’s Ball, where they had to stand in line at the engraving stand behind Bong Joon Ho, whose golden boys filled up the table. Renée Zellweger (pictured) wasn’t complaining, not were Taika Waititi or Joaquin Phoenix, who had a bonding moment while they waited. Everyone who had been to last year’s ball and remembered Sequoia Productions’ producer Cheryl Cecchetto’s “Filmscapes” theme that presciently featured images from world cinema wondered the same thing:
The Red Dress Collection brings together dozens of stars and pop culture icons who hit the catwalk shining a light on heart disease in women. The beauty of this event truly lies in the message of empowerment they bring to fighting women’s No. 1 health threat – heart disease. The event, founded by The Heart Truth program at the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (Nhlbi) of the National Institutes of Health, serves as Go Red for Women’s national marquee event aimed at increasing awareness of heart disease in women, and uniting women as a relentless force to end heart disease and stroke globally.
The controversial vlogger and media entrepreneur has launched another non-content business venture in the form of her very first fragrance, Tana By Tana. In an Instagram post, Mongeau said that the scent touts notes of vanilla, citrus, and argan oil -- and is being marketed as a Valentine's Day gift.
“The feeling of obsessing over and perfecting something for almost a year and finally letting it out into the world is like none other,” she effused. “I hope you love my baby as much as I do. I never in my wildest dreams thought watching Paris Hilton perfume commercials on my TV at 11 that I’d be able to be doing the same thing, with her help, at 21.”.
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The commercial prospects for this Focus Features release are harder to predict, as what’s actually onscreen is much trickier than the cheerily titillating exploitation-horror suggested by its early slogan (“Take her home and take
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Jia Zhangke focuses on the prism of displacement: social, economic, political, spiritual. Ash Is Purest White, his latest dalliance with genre-inflected cinema, portrays a modern China stimulated and disrupted by the effects of globalism. But even as these changes motivate every aspect of the recursive narrative, they’re adjacent in this dual character study of a gangster and his moll. This film’s interest in time proves more platonic and freely cinematic as these characters travel through a world that’s left them behind. – Michael S.
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The Bling Ring (Sofia Coppola)
Arriving after her most abstract work,
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As a fixture during Super Bowl weekend for almost a decade, the party will intersect the worlds of sports, music and entertainment while honoring Miami’s rich history and culture. With past performances by Migos, Travis Scott, Avicii,
To watch Cooking with Paris, Paris Hilton’s new foray into the world of online culinary demonstration, is to ask yourself one thing over and over again: is Paris Hilton a genius?
Because, over the course of this 15-minute YouTube video, Paris Hilton cooks a lasagne. That’s all she does. And a lasagne is one of the easiest things in the world to cook. It would be impossible to make the act of lasagne assembly look even slightly entertaining if this were Jamie or Nigella. But impossible means nothing to a woman like Paris Hilton. Her lasagne preparation method, you see, is almost indescribable.
The hotel heiress told Deadline that she is “definitely” considering her own television production company. She was speaking after her Winter TCA press tour panel to promote This Is Paris, the YouTube original documentary that takes an unflinching look at her life.
That film, which launches in May, is produced by Eli Holzman and Aaron Saidman via Industrial Media’s Intellectual Property Corporation banner. However, the former reality star-turned-businesswoman-turned-dj is now looking to branch out own her own.
Hilton has had a number of exec producer credits in the past; she exec produced Netflix’s 2018 social media doc The American Meme and was an Ep on MTV’s Paris Hilton’s My New Bff and has exec producing credits on feature films including The Hottie & The Nottie
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