Fox’s The Masked Singer: ‘THE DEER MASK SINGER’ Revealed, S1 Epi. 3: REPORT
Terry Bradshaw can now officially add “reality TV show singer” to his long list of accomplishments.
The four-time Super Bowl M.V.P., NFL Hall of Famer and sportscaster was the man behind “the Deer Mask” on Wednesday’s episode of The Masked Singer, FOX’s hit singing competition featuring 12 celebrity contestants singing and dancing in head-to-toe costumes that completely obscure their identities.
In week one of the show, Bradshaw was at risk for elimination after his performance of “Thunder” by Imagine Dragons. It was his cover of “Get Your Shine On” by Florida Georgia Line on Wednesday that finally did him in.
As it turns out, Bradshaw once had a recording career. He’s released six albums of country/western and gospel music, starting with 1976’s I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry (its title track even landed in the top 20 on Billboard‘s country chart). Bradshaw’s last album was a duet record with Jake Hess, aptly titled Terry & Jake.
The Masked Singer has already unmasked two other contestants: Tommy Chong (“the Pineapple”) and Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (“the Hippo”).
Other celebrities speculated in the running include Denise Richards, Ricki Lake, Donny Osmond, Tori Spelling, Rumer Willis and LaToya Jackson.
The Masked Singer airs Wednesdays (8 p.m. ET) on Fox.
Music by: Square Peach Music (“Americana”)
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